Meade LS8 ACF Meade 2" Diagonal Apetura 10" Tweakers Package Meade ETX-125, ETX-90 for Solar Celestron 80mm APO PST Meade SWA - 34mm,28mm,24mm,20mm Brandon 32mm, 16mm Vernonscope 40mm Erfle 2" ES 14mm,11mm,6.7mm 8.8 Nagler 13mm T6, Pan 19mm Meade 12.4 Pl,9.7mm, 15mm SP Meade 2x Shorty Barlow Powermate 2.5x WO Bino Viewer, 20mm 66* pair Denkmier 2 Super System Meade Nebula Filters Meade 9x60 Bino Vivitar S1 8x42 Bino Canon T2i, 18-55mm, 50mm 1.8, 55-250mm
Tom Polakis Tempe, AZ Visual observing, DSLR photography, lunar & planetary imaging http://www.pbase.com/polakis/
Home of the "Old" London Bridge
Theoretical Amateur Astronomer (currently without scope)
4.5", 6", and 10" Newtonian astrographs.
2 ST80s; ED80; 3 CCD cameras; 5 EQ mounts: all polished, tuned, and modified.
The rule of telescope features: aperture; equatorial tracking; or low cost. Pick any two.
Quote:Looking forward to the android version, Thanks folks
Quote:Quote:Looking forward to the android version, Thanks folks The Android version is now available. Look for the announcement in the Vendors Forum.
Quote:Jon,I know what you mean. I was not much of a satellite observer myself until writing this app. Now I find myself using the early evening hours spotting a few satellites for fun. There is something very satisfying about seeing a satellite pass right where it is predicted.You'll also find a pair of binoculars will help you locate quite a few more satellites than you will see naked eye.
Quote:FYI: we just submitted version 1.1 for iOS to Apple last night. It will probably take a week or so to go through the approval process.
Quote:The minute you come up with a way to send smooth slewing commands to track a satellite with a goto mount let me know. I be first in line to buy it.
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