Jeff -----TEC 140, Stellarvue SVR90T, SV115T20 and AT65EDQ refractors,Webster D14, C11 EdgeHD Lunt LS60THa solar scope double stacked with LS60FHaTelevue Pan 41; Ethos 21, 17; Nagler 31T5, 9T6, 7T6, 5T6, 3.5T6; Delos 10, 12, ES25, 14, 9Astro-Physics 900GTO with Rob Miller Tri36M TripodDM-4 Mount-Extension-Tripod w/ Sky CommanderDM-6 Mount-Losmandy Adapter/Extension-Berlebach Planet w/ Argo Navis
Quote:.... He was looking for a permanent dark site to keep it at....
Quote:Let's stay on topic in this thread,folks. At present it's about the 40 inch dob from the previous few postings.
TSA 120 / Starstructure 14.5" f/4.42 with Terry Ostahowski's All Quartz Optics
Quote: It breaks my heart when I read threads in one forum ripping apart the other. Variety is the spice of life, and I enjoy everything life and a limited budget have to offer.Have fun!
Quote:"...be it a 60mm refractor purchased for $50 at Walmart..."Whether for someone returning to or just starting out in the hobby, or for their child, the funds would be best spent on a slightly larger reflector, and available from numerous online vendors; Orion Telescopes, for instance.Alan
Rob Tak EM200, TEC 140
And if the dam breaks open many years too soon, And if there is no room upon the hill And if your head explodes with dark forebodings too, I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.
Quote:It gets us all out under the stars and have camaraderie and make new friends as well as old ones we have made through this hobby
Geoff... --Nexstar 8SE + bits and pieces-- ================================== ...Think before you act... -----------------------------