12.5 & 10" Dobs, 5 Small scopes, 2 Classic Scopes (Sears 60mm, Tasco 60mm), 8x40 10x42 10x50 12x50 15x70 Binoculars
Job 9:9 He made the Bear, Orion, and the Pleiades, and the chambers of the south.
Psalms 147:4 He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.
Quote:I have no interest in making an effort to contribute to astronomical research unless that contribution fell into my lap. I just love to feed my soul with the beauty and wonder of the heavens, and I enjoy playing around with optics so I do hang out in the gear forums too.
Quote:There is no bad weather, just wrong clothing.
150mm MCT f/13, 31% CO
"People say I'm in denial. I disagree."
Scopes: 10" dob, 13" dob, 4" refractor
"Only gold is money, and nothing else. " - John Pierpont Morgan
Quote:i live under 45 minutes from the worlds first dark sky reserve,torrence barrens,in the day time you are on a huge chunk of the canadian shield,and you actually look around thinking your on the lunar surface with all that grey miles of curvy rock
Quote:hi asbytec,you mention a 150 mct, just wondering what make the scope is ? clear skies,kevin
Quote:Ever bake an astro-themed something-or-other?
--MichaelDark site scope: Meade 8" f/6 DobWeeknight scopes: C9.25/iEQ45M, C102/AT Voyager(I am looking for a 1980s Edmund Scientific 3" f/10 red-tube reflector, PM me if you have or know of one!)
Quote:Nice report Dave. What scope did you use at x485? Notice any good details on Jupiter?
Quote:But sometimes don't you just wonder, well, where is everybody?
Quote:Tech, what you're saying is, "get a life."
I want to do more then just look.