Ray Teeter 18" f/3.5 Dob D&G 5.375" f/20(?) refractor 天体観測にも威力を発揮する、本格仕様の大口径双眼望遠鏡です。 興和ハイランダー
Celestron 8SE Dobstuff 13.1": Swayze refigured Coulter mirror, 6 pt mirror cell (2 pt edge support) and CF focuser board made by me StarBlast 4.5 ST80/PortaMount II Zhumell 20x80/Oberwerk 15x70 on a Seronik-style tripod boom mount Hubble Optics 18 inch F/4 mirror.
Tele Vue Pronto, Teeter STS27 w/10" Royce conical mirror. EPs: Pentax, Russell Optics, WO, TV
Quote:Quote:STS tubes One of those tubes is mine! (STS27) Woohoo!
Quote:Is this the infamous doorway we hear of, holding down the size of Teeter's scopes?
-Brian 14" Hubble Optics ATM Newtonian Paracorr II Ethos Eyepieces VE9WTH
Robert J. Teeter Jr.
Owner, Teeter's Telescopes, LLC.
20" F/3.5 TT/Sub4, 16" F/4.5 TT/Stark (under construction), 11" TT/STS, 8" TT/STS
Quote: Right after the Superbowl I took the new scope outside.
"I have been paddling in the shallows of a great ocean of knowledge." - Sir Isaac Newton * * 15" F4.55 Starsplitter Dob & a Denk II binoviewer * * http://peaceofsky.wordpress.com/ Pacheco State Park Fremont Peak
Happy owner of--
A Mag 1, 12.5 inch Porta Ball
A Dual Axis Equatorial Platform
A PST Double Stack
Quote:The flourescent lights and my poor photo skills dont do it justice.
-DannyMy warehouseMy Channel
Quote:18UC--I see you are buying an 18 inch Teeter; you already own an 18UC, right? Is there a reason you are switching to an 18 inch Teeter?
17.5" Dob "Beta Version"
NP 127 on a CG-5 and CGEM DX
25x100 and assorted other binos
Naglers, Ethos and various others.
Phyllis K LangAuthor of Deep-Sky Planner/SQM Reader Prohttp://knightware.biz
Quote:Right after the Superbowl I took the new scope outside. Took a quick look at Jupiter, M1, M35, NGC 2158, 2129, 2903, Tau CMa cluster, M42. The seeing was awful and skies somewhat cloudy. My front yard is in the direct glare of 3 streetlights and the neighbor's porchlights, and I live in the city so the Milky Way is never visible. The scope performed wonderfully, the Joe Flacco of dobs. Its nice to have an 18" scope with the eyepiece 60" at zenith, allowing seated observing. No stepstool , no ladder. Back in the saddle again! This is the scope I should have bought 5 years ago. How do I change my CN handle? Its a painful reminder of what Phil Harrington calls Caveat Emptor.