Meade SN6, ETX 60, ETX 125, 10" SCT Nikon D5100 Celestron CG5 ------------------------------------- "He also made the stars" Genesis 1:16
Astro-Physics 5" f6 ca.1986
The Jordan Levinson Refractor 4" f15 ca.60s or 70s (work in progress)
Orion Apex 102 102mm f12.7 ca.2013
Tasco 10TE 76mm f15.7 ca.1965
Tasco 7TE-5 60mm f16.7 ca.1967 "Focus on far-out stars with professional ease." -Tasco catalog
Tasco 66TE-5 50mm f12 ca.1966-1972, Tower 6314 50mm f12 ca.?
The Tasco Answer Man
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
Preston Lift your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one, and calls them each by name. Because of His great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing. Isaiah 40:26 Stellarvue SV115T & SV70ED Vintage: Asahi-Pentax, Celestron, Criterion, Edmund Scientific, Tasco, Unitron My Telescope Gallery
NW Mass, inches from Vermont
(well....it used to say that.....)
Quote: <- not in some idolatrous way You have quite the collection sir on flikr!I did end up ordering a diagonal...but as others have suggested as well, I'll try it outside the tube first.Interestingly enough I found some etch just where the focal length would have been and pencil marks just below the line so I suspect the previous owner was just at the chop saw before he pulled the plug on it.
Quote: Wondering though, stars have coma?(blurred glow) and the moon had a ghost too. Is that spherical aberration? Enter some aberration lingo here.
Show me an aging Greek and I'll show you the Nick of time.