"Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame." --John Hurt, as The War Doctor12" f/4.9 Skywatcher Collapsible Dobsonian8" f/4.9 Orion Newtonian on alt-az mountOberwerk 15x70 BinocularsMinimalist Eyepiece Collection: 30mm ES-82, 22mm Vixen LVW, 14mm Delos, 10mm Delos, 7mm Pentax XW, 2X GSO 2" ED Barlow, 3X Explore Scientific Focal Extender, 4X Powermate
Quote:Take a look at North Korea...
Norme 150mm MCT f/13, 31% CO Yellow Zone "People say I'm in denial. I disagree."
SteveCarpe NoctemBushnell 10x50 Seymour solarized binoculars.Bushnell 12x32 moon and terrestrial binoculars.Celestron: 102-GT Refractor OTA on a CG-4 GEMAstro-Tech Value Plössl 32mm, 20mmZhumell Z series 14.5mm, 9mm, 5mm+42° 18' 37.39", -122° 52' 3.76"
Never argue with a fool.Onlookers often can't tell the difference.
Clear Skies, TonyScopes: Celestron 150mm SCT, ES 102mm refractor, 114mm Newt, Circle T 80mm refractor, Cel./Vix. 60mm refractor "the Brute" EP's: Various and sundry along with barlows WO and ES Dielectric Diagonals Filters: DGM Optics NPB, Orion SkyGlow Filter, color and longpass AstroZap Dew Shield, Vibration Pads etc... AstroPlanner V2.1, SkySafari 4 Plus, Vortex 8X42, 60's 7X35 Binocs Astronomy in the Orange Zone! ...73 de KM5JH...
The key to seeing more is not a larger scope but becoming a better observer......Jon Isaacs Z 9.74" F/5 11" CGEM with denk S1 5.5mm, 25mm, 32mm plossl 13mm ethos, 22mm T4, 31mm T5, 35mm panoptic pentax 5xw, 7xw, 20xw, 40xw nikon action extreme 10x50W lumicon 1.25" filters Telecat XL, XLK autocollimator, sarasota, florida
NP-101 on a DM-6
Teeter 11" STS/Waite Mirror
Zeiss, Fujinon, Nikon, Vixen binoculars
Quote:It may not be very useful to attempt detailed comparisons between the 2001 and 2006 maps.
First and foremost observing love: naked eye.
Last but not least, telescopes.
And I sometimes dabble with cameras.