Located in The Great Pacific Northwest
Celestron CG-5⁴, CGEM², C6-N, C6, C8, Nexstar 8SE, 6SE, ONYX 80 EDF, Orion ST 80 A Vixen R130SF w/Porta II mount William Optics ZS110 ED APO, FLT 132 Triplet APO, SV70 ED SV115T20 Wicháhpih'a
George You know you're getting on when the equipment you farmed with is showing up as suburban lawn ornaments.
Money can't buy happiness, but it sure makes living with misery a lot easier!
BackyardEOS ~ Purpose-built astrophotography software!http://www.backyardeos.com/CANON, NIKON, QSI, SBIG, ATIK, SX, ASI, QHY, SSAGAT8RC, AT6RC, AT65EDQ, EON 120mm, Lunt 60THa B1200ASTRODON LRGB Ha NII SII OIII (3nm), IDAS, CLS, SkyGlow10Micron GM2000HPS (ordered), NEQ6, HEQ5, CG5-GTOne clear night a year
Quote:So I've gotta ask of anyone who was at NEAF. Does Astro-Physics show up with any mounts or scopes to sell,
LX850 blog: www.LX-850.com
personal website: www.wadsworthobservatory.com
AT111EDT • CFL • AT2FF • EFW2 • LRGB & NB • 428EX(M) ST80 & Titan • 9x50 & SSAG • G11-G2 w/Ovision • XPS 17 • CCD AP • MaxIm DL • SkyX • FocusMax • CS5.1e
N11GPS Fastar//TOA-130S//MK66 Std//AT6RC//Vintage C5//Megrez II 80mm APO//SolarMax 40 NJP Temma II//Sirius EQ-G Too Many Astro-Cameras//Mallincam Color Hyper Plus Two not-spoiled Golden Retrievers - Casey and Nelson Lot 19 Deerlick Astronomy Village (Canis Major)
Sometimes I think we're alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we're not. In either case the idea is quite staggering. - Arthur C. Clarke
TV Genesis (non-sdf) TV NP127is Clave 6, Pentax XW 7, Vixen LVW 13, Panoptic 27 2x TeleXtender, 2.5x Powermate LXD75 AutoStar