4.5" f/10 A Jaegers Homebuilt Refractor,12"GSO f/5.3"Reflector,10"Meade LX-50 SCT, 8" Hardin f/6 reflector Yulin 5"f/9 refractor, 4.5"TASCOS Luminova,11TE-5 & 11TR Lunagrosso reflectors,Cel.100mm Reflector.3" Tasco 3TER 700mm 76mm reflector, Tasco 10TE 76mm 1200mm f/l Refractor 60mm TASCO 7TE-5 1000mm f/16.7 Refractor 60mm TASCO 9TE 700mm f/l refractor 60mm TASCO 9TE-0 710mm f/l Refractor www.vega-sky-center.com
6" F4.6(w/Paracorr) Reflector , 8" F11 Dall Relay Scope ,
6" F5 RFT Refractor w/Istar Obj , G11 Mount Gemini1 Level 4
Quote:Serious oscilloscopes from back in the day!
Quote:Quote:Serious oscilloscopes from back in the day! My Neighbor gave me that old Tek storage scope, but his son robbed all the tubes out of it for his audio equipment! One of these days I might find enough tubes to restore it. I also have a Tek 454 and a Tek 465 that work quite well.
Quote:My Neighbor gave me that old Tek storage scope, but his son robbed all the tubes out of it for his audio equipment! One of these days I might find enough tubes to restore it.
Quote:A lot of 6DJ8 tubes in this era Tek scope...read $$$. That is why they are often stripped of their tube.
NW Mass, inches from Vermont
(well....it used to say that.....)
"Many a night I saw the Pleiads, rising thro' the mellow shade, Glitter like a swarm of fire-flies tangled in a silver braid." Tennyson: Locksley Hall
ATM Nut.6" F15 Jaegers Refractor on Homebuilt EQ mount12.5" Homebuilt NewtProjects:16" F7.2 Reflector
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Meade 16" f/4.5 Lightbridge M42 w/Paracorr & "Crossbow" EQT-200 Equatorial Platform
Meade AR-6 w/10:1 Dual Speed Crayford Focuser
Meade ETX-125 Terabeam/Wegat
Orion ST80 w/single speed Crayford Focuser
CGEM Hypertuned by Deep Space Products
Quote:You guys up north with the basements are lucky (except when they flood). /quote]I live in East Tennessee and never had a basement before. Can't imagine not having one now. FWIW I grew up in Louisiana where just a few people had basements. Only they were called indoor pools.
-DannyMy warehouseMy Channel
Ed Jones ........... The best data is an interferogram, the best analysis is from an honest optician.
10"f5.3 Newt (homemade) 8"f6 (hm)8"f7.5 (M Harry mirror) 6" f8 Newt (hm) 2 4.25"f11 Edmund newts. 4.25" Schief (hm) 5" D&G Refractor 5"Celestron MakCass, 6" MakNewt Intes optics,6" f10 MakCass Intes optics several small refractors 90mm, 80mm, 60mm
I think it is clearing up!
Retired owner of Tectron Telescopes and retired editor of "Amateur Astronomy Magazine." Author of "The Modern Dobsonian" and "Starry Starry Nights"