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Lat 45.02 N , Long 74.7 W
Cornwall, Ont. Canada
CPC 9.25 TV 76, 102, NP 101 Unitron 114 Gibraltar mount Half Hitch Mk III SolarMax 90 .7A/B15 Coronado PST Eyepieces from the sublime to the ridiculous
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/
Lunt LS60TS50DS/B1200/FT SolarMax 60mm filter Denk.Bino's with 21's/TV Genesis Lunt Herschel Wedge/ES 127ED Orion ED80T- CF/C4-R/CG-5 C6-R/Moonlite CF2 /Atlas GoTo 12" LB/Roundtable/Discovery 10"
Dr. Willie K. Yee President Mid-Hudson Astronomical Assn.Member RAC, AOSNY, IDA, Astronomers Without Borders, Charlie Bates Solar Astronomy Project
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Quote:Binoviewers were my solution.
Quote:It seems like solar viewing, even with the measures above, e.g., a hood, is more strenuous than night time viewing. White light viewing not so much.
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Clear skies!- Steve"It takes all the running you can do just to stay in one place." - The Red Queen
Quote:I've heard that binoviewers can help with this problem as well, as they decrease the amount of light striking your eye by 50%.
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Others may disagree. Your millage may vary. Void where prohibited by law.
Quote:Just be careful walking around with it on. With one eye, you have no depth perception. It's even worse at night.