Gear: Celestron Astromaster 130
Heritage 7x50 Binoculars
Orion XT8, Celestron C102 f/10 (given by a very kind person), Konus 114mm f/4.5 (rebuild project), Celestron First Scope (gift to grandson- he leaves it here mostly)
10x50, and 16x32 binos
Starhopping inner city skies
8x30mm, vx80mm f/7.5, sw100mm f/9, wo120mm f/7.5,
µ180mm f/12, vx200mm f/9.75, µ210mm f/11.5,
vx130mm f/5, o254mm f/4.7
ES35,25, 17LVW, 11T6, 7UO, 24-8 zoom
Who you jivin' with that Cosmic Debris? "all science is either physics or stamp collecting" -- Lord Rutherford
Quote:Also, your sketches look great! Congrats on the contest!
Keeper of the Swamp Gas Observatory "This R2 unit has a bad motivator" AR127, CG4 CGE1100 1984 tasco 60mm 49TR F/13.3 refractor 1976 Vixen Polaris 80mm F/15 refractor Denkmeier Big Easy BV'er Astro-Tech Titan 38mm 70* Astro-Tech Titan 20mm 70* Astro-Tech SR6 12mm 60* Meade MA25mm Jap. Meade MA9mm Jap. TMBpII 5mm ES 1.25" FX
Quote:So basically I shouldn't bother getting up to find it? I can usually see mag 7 stars fairly easy through my binos without being fully dark adapted.
First and foremost observing love: naked eye.
Last but not least, telescopes.
And I sometimes dabble with cameras.
Celestron EDGE 11/CGEM | Stellarvue SVR90T-25FT20MM ES100 | Televue 31MM Nagler T5 | Televue 11mm Nagler T6 | Televue 2X PowerMate Sky Safari 4 | SkyFi
A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.
--Dawg, the Russell "Akita mani yo." Observe everything as you walk. (--Lakota) Celestron Celestar 8 Standard SCT, f10 Celestron C80ED ref., f7.5 Celestron 80mm Wide View ref., f5 Orion 120ST ref., f5 Criterion RV-6 Dynascope, Newt., f8, (c. 1962) Sears Discoverer 60mm ref., f7, (c. 1973) Celestron Ultima DX 10x50 Nikon Action Extreme 10x50 Tasco 7x35 wide
Ken Fiscus- stargazing since 1980. Now observing from a green zone.
Z12 on custom mount, Atomic EQ platform, 100% flocked, OMI primary, Astrocrumb filter slide with O-III, NPB, & skyglow filters. Focuser & spider rotated 45 degrees. New springs & Bob's Knobs, Telrad & 9x50 straight finder 35 & 24 Pans, TV 13,7,5 T6s
Custom Orion XT10 with piggyback XT4.5 on Round Table EQ Platform
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the USFL, when football was more than a game.
That's me in the avatar running back a pass I intercepted for a touchdown
Skywatcher 120ED Refractor Assorted Zhumell Planetary, Skywatcher and ES eyepieces, a 2x barlow and a few filters. iOptron MiniTower II Sony NEX 3 for astrophotography
Quote:the Meteor 2-3 rocket, whatever that is.