Black Creek Observatory C11 EdgeHD C8 AT6RC Eon80mmED
Indiana for a three more weeks...
14.5" Teeter w/ Richard Fagin mirror, TT #66
EON 120ED on CG-5 ASGT
Lunt LS60THa/B1200 Sky Guy Porta II
Denk Super System with A45 OCS
Cindy G. Apertura AD10 Orion ED80mm Glatter Collimators Skyview Pro EQ Goto Mount Skyshoot Autoguider Canon T2i (modded by Hypercams) ETX-125 24mm, 11mm ES 82 degree EP's Various GSO/Meade EP's
Brockport, NY: Scopes: C8, C5, SV110 ED, EON-72 ED, ST 80, ATRC6, Megrez 90 Mounts: iOptron iEQ45, NexStar SE, Orion Astroview, Vixen Mini Porta, DSV-1 Eyepieces: Baader Hyperion 36mm Aspheric, 24mm, 21mm, 13mm, 8mm, 5mm, Baader Mk III Zoom 8-24mm Other: 2x,2.5x Barlows, 0.63x FR, DewBuster, SQM Meter, Canon T3i, QHY5L-II, SkyShed POD XL5
I lost count of my scopes. Now I just want mobility. I came, I saw, I bought some interesting accessories, and put names to faces: NEAF 2012, ASAE 2012, SWAP 2013, ASAE 2013.
My PixInsight Tutorial Pointer to Other Useful Threads of Mine http://www.astrobin.com/users/Madratter/
CG5ASGT Astro-Tech AT6RC Zhumell 10 inch dob deluxe kit 10x12 observatory Echo Astronomy maker of Custom bahtinov masks and Duncan collimation masks.
Enjoy the sky,
Celestron Super C8+ (deforked) Atlas EQ-G Mount Celestron Onyx 80mm ED F Canon T4i (unmodified)
Quote:That is an outstanding reconstruction job. How big is you warm room L X H X W ?
NightFire 6" f/8 Refractor with Moonlite focuser Meade 7" LX200 GPS Mak Meade 16" LX200 GPS S/C D&G 10" f/15 Refractor with Parallax Mount Fuji Meibo 25x150 Bino's Celestron 14x100 Bino's Little Giant 11x70mm Bino's "The Beyondness of Things" By John Barry - My favorite observing music
Perry P. Event Horizon Observatory Moscow Mills MO:
Celestron C8 Advanced Series, Orion Nautilus 7 position Filter Wheel, JMI Motorized Focuser, Mallincam Xtreme (zero class chip), Meade DS2000 Milapse for DSLR with 497 controller, Coronado Solarmax II 60mm DS with 10mm blocking filter, LXD75 mount, 497 controller, Imaging Source DMK41AU02.as, QHY5L-II-C
Quote:Very nice. Love the double roof design. Just wondering though why you chose the higher walled space for the scope instead of switching it with the warm room? Guess you wouldn't have been able to have the slick roof slide over the other if you did it that way I suppose. Seems it would have given you a little more horizon though. Guess you could always get one of those telescoping piers if needed so your scope can peek over the walls. Still, I love it. Good job!
Warren - Stargazing since the 60's! Scopes: ETX-LS6, ED80T, AT6RC, Lunt LS60T, C9.25 Mounts: Atlas EQ-G, Vixen Portamount II Cameras: Atik 314L+,DMK31AU03,SSAG, ASI120MC Filters: Astrodon LRGB, Orion HA, SII, OIII Acc: Orion 5 place Filter wheels x 2, Flatman Primary Imaging site: Bortle Scale Class 6 Red Zone http://astrobin.com/users/rigel123/
Quote:How do you control the mount from the warm room?Michael
Tim Meade LX200 10" f/6.3 Classic Celestron Nexstar 8SE Celestron 90mm Mak Meade 90mm f/8.8 Refractor Celestron CR-150-HD6 ,6" f/8 Refractor TASCO 60MM X 900 MM Refractor (My first scope that my wife gave to me for Christmas in '91 , still have it. Celestron CG5 Advanced Mount Celestron Bino Viewer Canon T4I Orange Zone 10'X12' Roll Off Roof Observatory
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