My eyepieces are made from the waste product of exploding stars.
10XTi 102XLT ST80A(2" Focuser); President, Eypieces Anonymous, Denver Chapter (Hello, I'm an eyepiece junky, what's your excuse?)
DAS Dark Site
10" OO VX, 6" iOptron Mak-Cass, Orion 100ED
Zad Sky-Watcher USA 10" Collapsable Newt Orion 8" f/3.9 Imaging Newt Celestron C4-R (4" f/10 Acro Refractor) Celestron Omni XLT 150 OTA (6" f/5 Newt) Atlas EQ-G - Hypertuned 50mm finder/guidescope w/modified webcam CG-4 Mount with drive units Meade RB-60 for manual guidescope Canon Digital Rebel XT (350D)- Self Modified
ES AR152 (By PowellAstro) iOPTRON IEQ45 Mount, Orion XX12i,Orion 80mm Short tube, Celestron C8 w/XLT OTA, ES 9mm 100 deg, ES 82deg complete set, ES 28mm 68deg, ES 2X 2 inch barlow. TV 35 & 41 Panoptics. Several other eyepieces, Telrad w/variable pulse, Artificial Star, Kendrick DigiFire 7 Kendrick dew heaters, Glatter Laser System, Filters, Celestron 25X100 binoculars Garrett tri-pod --------------------------- Looking to the heavens for little green people
G11/Gemini-2/OPWB Canon 60D (unmodified) with 18/55mm kit lens and "nifty fifty" lens Assorted M42 screw mount lenses (28mm thru 300mm) Celestron 102GT refractor (Costco special) 8/10 inch astrograph someday. DeepSkyStacker 3.3.2 StarTools 1.3 http://www.astrobin.com/users/StarGale/ http://everettastro.org/
Quote:Otherwise ASA wouldn't be selling this super-pricey 1.8X barlow corrector
Quote:As for the R200SS, ......it is rather expensive ($1500+) compared to the Orion, Astro-Tech, etc. versions.
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