Mr. Stacy From: Seattle, WA Proud to be a Cloudy Nights Member since 9/15/02
* Celestron NS11 GPS - Stellarvue Raptor 90mm APO* Vixen Ultima 8X56 - Fujinon 10X50 FMT-SX - Nikon 7X50 ProStar - Vanguard Endeavor ED 8X42 - Nikon Action Ex. 7X35More cowbell please!
Tom L. made 12.5" f6, "Endurance" C6 on SP C80ED fixed up Edmund 60mm f/6
Quote:As long as Kerry doesn't attract lightning, that is.
Quote:If there is enough interest in Pixieland in Sept I may just try to organize something.
Quote:Speaking of Pixieland's namesake, she had major surgery last Thursday and is doing well. They removed her spleen, and the tumor attached to it was described to me by the vet as, "Half the size of a person's head." She now has more of a greyhound shape and less like that of a sausage. She's past the pain from the surgery and is feeling pretty good. She's breathing much better.
Tom (Pegster)DSH-8 (GSO Dob) - 15x70 OberwerksED80/SVP - WO 66PSears Discoverer EQ 60/900 - 8x42 Regals History is Philosophy teaching by examples. Thucydides
Quote: a butt scratch for the Pegster.
Doug/W7DRM Nexstar 8SE, Orion 8" AG, AT65EDQ, CGEM (self-hypertuned), ST80/SSAG. Camera: Canon XSi (2) Mod & unmod, CLS clip. Software: AstroPlanner, Backyard EOS, DSS, PHD, PS-CS3 Member: Tacoma Astronomical Society (TAS), Olympic Astronomical Society (OAS) Astro Images:
Mike "Once in a while you can be shown the light In the strangest of places if you look at it right" - Robt. Hunter
Webster 14.5" f/4.5, "Sugaree" Televue NP 101 (name not yet apparent) Siebert Black Night BVs 8 X 42 Celestron Regals, 12 X 36 Canon IS II
Quote: Quote: a butt scratch for the Pegster. Tom, I hope you meant "from" and not "for". Unless you have recently broken both of your arms...
Quote:I saw a Nova in Woodinville once.
Quote:I'm going out in a few to see if I can spot the nova in Delphinus.
*** I qualify as a carpal tunnel because my quantity always beats my quality *** Amateur astronomer - Sirius Hobbyist! Jackie Borg 125SD 6" achro w/ Jaeger lens 4" LZOS CF 105/650 DM-6 & Tri36L Ethoses, Pentaxes, BGOs, Naglers, Pans,etc Garrett 100mm Mk II
Quote:I saw a Comet in Wenatchee.
Modded C9.25, Vixen SP retrofitted with DS motors and Autostar My pics
Stars light the world without, to give us purpose
They light us within to give us reason
We live in a well-lit abyss.
Celestron Advanced VX Edge8; Celestron 20X80 binoculars on a 1st surface mirror mount; Orion Q70 set; WO Binoviewers; Nikon 16X50 binoculars.
A little girl once asked as I showed her the Moon with my telescope, "Are you a scientist?" No, it's just a hobby....
South of Seattle - east of Tacoma
Cliff Mygatt Astronomical League Master Observer
Astronomical League Lunar II & Constellation Hunter programs national coordinator President, Olympic Astronomical Society Bremerton, WA
Orion XT12i Fully flocked with Zambuto Mirror, Protostar quartz secondary and Moonlite CR focuser
Meade 8" LX10 SCT Fully Flocked with Magellan I DSCs
Orion 120mm and William Optics 80mm Refractors Ethos 21mm,17mm,13mm,10mm,8mm,6mm,4.7mm,3.7mm Nagler 31mm and paracorr type 1
Quote:Hi, Seawolfe. Where do you view at St. Helens?