Most used stuff:
AT72ED, 10" custom Newt, Baader Maxbright BV,
Canon 1D & 70-200 1:4L, Pentax 8x40 PCF WP2
Norme 150mm MCT f/13, 31% CO Yellow Zone "People say I'm in denial. I disagree."
Mark Oak Park Observatory (aka my backyard) Bortle 7 Orion 90mm AstroView; EQ-2; 1.25" 25mm, 10mm Plossl Celestron Eyepiece Kit; 1.25" Barlow x2, 32mm, 17mm, 13mm, 8mm, 6mm Plossl; filters UO Super Abbe Orthos; 1.25" 7.7mm, 16.8mm Meade 60mm StarFinder; modified alt/az video camera tripod (it works!); .965" 25mm, 12.5mm, 9mm, 4mm; Moon filter. Meade 60mm Jupiter; Antares .965" 25mm, 12.5mm 10mm Super Plossl Bushnell 7x35 binos Simmons 10x50 binos Beach Chair
Quote:I like the eyepiece tray. Not bad for a tool dust off project, Jason. Not bad, at all. Kind of feeling envious, actually. It's nicer that my clipboard in the lap method. This is for your 10" Newt, I am guessing. So, you stand when observing, then saunter over and place a few sketch marks. Grab an eyepiece. That's so cool.
Quote:Hi Jason,Nice work! Like Norme, I'm a bit envious of your handiwork My method is to use a clipboard with a red flashlight while pencils roll off my lawn table and clatter across the driveway. It's a wonder I get anything done.
Quote:22 miles on a bike? Sheesh, I thought I was doing good by walking a couple of miles last night under cloudy skies. -stray-
Quote:Jason,I like when people think out of the box and put useful things together. Looks cool too!
----- Mike -----
Omni XLT 150 on CG-5 ASGT, CG-4, Astromaster 114EQ, Celestron FirstScope 70mm EQ Refractor
Zhumell Plossl 32mm, 12.5mm, 6mm, 4mm, 5x and 2x Barlow
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André Vaillancourt Visual observer only since 1974 Skyshed POD / C14 HD 355/3910mm / CGE pro Lunt LS152 152/900mm solar / CGEM DX Celestron C80 80/600mm LS50Ha solar filter Ile Perrot, Québec, Canada / 53 years old / red zone SQM 19