12" Dob, 4" Mak, 3" APO, PST, bunch of green eyepieces & an understanding wife.
Author of "What's Up" articles for CN Author "Touching the Universe" iUniverse Author "Deep Sky Observing" Springer Author "Nebulae and How to Observe Them" Springer 8" Celestron SCT and Vixen ED 80 on a CGEM Canon T2i camera and lenses for piggybacking
New guy finally bought a scope! Lightbridge 16", Swayze refigured primary, Antares 1/30 wave secondary Explore Scientific 100 Degree Eyepieces 20 mm + 9mm + ES 82 degree 6.7mm & 4.7mm Howie Glatter laser + Blug, Catseye collimators
Quote:Andy;I know what the lights of Phoenix look like from 100 miles away, I am certain that LA is the king of light monsters. It is getting tougher to get to any approximation of dark skies.Take Care;Steve Coe
The night sky is the canvas....
My optics are the brush....
The Milky Way is the masterpiece
reductio ad absurdum of epistomology is solipsism....
Astro Sky 17.5 Dob
Zhumell Z10 Dob
ES AR127 & Jason 60mm (Towa Optics) on Twilight-II
ES 82 deg 24, 18, 14, 8.8, 6.7, 4.7
Astronomers: We look into the past to see our future.
10 in. Odyssey Dob. f/4.5 26mm Meade Super Plossl 17mm & 13mm TV Plossls 8mm RKE 2.5x TV Barlow Telrad 8x50 RA finder 8x42 Binoculars Uranometria 1 & 2 "Get out of Dodge"...and go scopin'!