Orion xx14g Dob CPC 1100 w/Skywatcher 80ED piggybacked Coronado PST TMB 92L refractor AT Voyager mount Nexstar 6/8 mount Denk Big Easy binoviewers Oodles of eyepieces and other optical gadgets Past scopes Meade 8" reflector and 8" SCT
"You're not afraid of the dark, are you?" - Riddick "The best scientists are humble. They seek to understand, not to ensure their legacy, but merely to understand." - Mori
9mm Zhumell plossl
10mm Agena SWA
17mm, 25mm Sterling plossls
24mm ES82 30mm Zhumell wide field
TV and Knight Owl 2X barlows
Lumicon UHC and OIII filters
First and foremost observing love: naked eye.
Last but not least, telescopes.
And I sometimes dabble with cameras.
14" Strut; 10"XT; 102ES; 22 in Process; 3.5,5,7,10,14,20mm Pentax XW; 17.3 & 12mm Delos; 27mm Panoptic; 20&24mm ES 68; 24mm ES 82; 30mm ES 82; 6&10mm BCO;
Quote:With SN 1987A we detected about 25 neturinos here on earth (see this SN 1987A link) and at Wikipedia at this link so if Betelgeuse goes, which is closer, we should register hits from neturinos but if the neturinos hit 3 hours before the light from SN 1987A, I might expect a shorter notice since Betelegeuse is closer (please correct me if I am wrong, I was out all night observing).
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