6"f15 D&G, 6"f5 Jaegers.
TSA 102, TV60.
Docter 15x60, 10x50.
Rodger EON 80 Tak TSA-102 EON 120 Orion Apex 127mm Meade AR6 Tak FS-152 Celestron Nexstar 6SE and 8SE Celestron 9.25" SCT Meade 10" LX50 Celestron 11" SCT Celestron 14" SCT 16" Teeter/Zambuto 20" f/5 Obsession Classic Zeiss Conquest HD 10X42 Astro Physics Premium 15X70 Oberwork 20X80 Deluxe III Oberwork BT 100-45 Complete set of Baader Genuine Orthos Zeiss Diascope eyepiece 12mm, 68AFOV, Great eye relief (sharpest, highest contrast eyepiece I own, just awesome) etc., etc.
-philip doutreligne -ETX 90 -Orion Atlas mount -70/1300 coronagraph -Kutter catadioptric Schiefspiegler 200/4000 -102/1500 white light solar refractor http://users.telenet.be/philipdo
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Homemade 'scopes 8"f/7,6" f/5", 6"f/4, 4.25" Schiefspiegler,60mm Coronagraph,60mm H-alpha system, 4.25" White-light Solar Newtonian,solar spectroscope, 4" f/12, 4.5" f/16 & 6" f/12 Schupmann Medial refractors, 4" Celestar, 19 Stellafane awards 9 in optics Engineering = Taking what you have and making what you need.
Quote:If that's the one I looked through at Stellafane back in '05 or so, it's a stupendous scope. However our club member Lennie took the optics award that year. I thought the view of Mars in it was as good as the view in the winning 6" Newt.
20 inch f8 Chief Ed Jones designed and a 17 f9 Zanbuto Wide Band Chief Mike Jones designed .Both unobstructed telescopes .
16" F/12 R-C with optics figured by Paul Jones mounted on Byers Research Grade Series II mount with Gemini II GOTO housed in 11.5' Sirius Observatory; C11 on G11;a few Ethoi and other longer focal length Televue eyepieces in the 2" format; a 6" F/10 refractor for which I made the achromatic objective.