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      #748 - 04/22/03 02:25 PM

A thread for posting interesting links

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Binoviewer Products new [Re: ]
      #827 - 04/23/03 07:11 PM



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Binoviewer Reviews new [Re: ]
      #828 - 04/23/03 08:23 PM




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Information on beam splitters new [Re: ]
      #859 - 04/24/03 11:11 AM

Information on beam splitters AR coatings and other subjects written for the layman http://www.oriel.com/tech/tutori.htm

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Observing aids for the planets new [Re: ]
      #870 - 04/24/03 12:59 PM

Java animations of Jupiter and Saturn's moon systems

Useful for showing transits,shadow transits and occultations.Very helpful in identifying what moon is transitng Jupiter.



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Roland Christen Essays on Optics new [Re: ]
      #871 - 04/24/03 01:04 PM

Roland Christen Essays on Optics

Roland Christen Essay abnd Photos Link Fixed 4-18-08

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Telescope Tuneups new [Re: ]
      #872 - 04/24/03 01:07 PM

Telescope Tuneups
Collimating Newtonian Optics
http://www.efn.org/~mbartels/tm/collimat.html
Collimating a Schimdt-Cassegrain telescope
http://www.astro-tom.com/telescopes/schmidt_cassegrain.htm

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Eyepiece design links new [Re: ]
      #873 - 04/24/03 01:10 PM

Eyepiece design links
http://chinook.stanford.edu/~marcush/marcus/astro/ep.html
http://www.astronexus.com/gatfaq/eyepieces.html
http://members.shaw.ca/quadibloc/science/opt04.htm
http://home.fuse.net/astronomy/Links.html
http://www.users.bigpond.com/PJIFL/

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Bradley E Schaefer telescopic limiting magnitude new [Re: ]
      #874 - 04/24/03 01:14 PM

Bradley E. Schaefer: Telescopic Limiting Magnitudes (1990) (Pub. ASP 102:212-229)
The most thorough paper on limiting magnitude I have seen to date.

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Nils Carlin's interpretation of Bradley Schaefer Limiting magnitude work




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Visual Limiting Magnitude Calculator new [Re: ]
      #875 - 04/24/03 01:15 PM

Visual Limiting Magnitude Calculator
http://www.go.ednet.ns.ca/~larry/astro/maglimit.html

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Pickering Seeing Scale new [Re: ]
      #964 - 04/25/03 03:33 AM

The Pickering Seeing Scale

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Brian Skiff's M57 Photometric measured limiting mag new [Re: ]
      #1482 - 05/08/03 05:01 PM

Brian Skiff's M57 Photometric measured limiting magnitude test


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Intro to prisms and beam-splitters new [Re: ]
      #2335 - 05/26/03 03:20 PM

http://www.microscopy.fsu.edu/primer/lightandcolor/prismsandbeamsplitters.html

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Eyepiece Explorer new [Re: ]
      #2665 - 05/31/03 02:39 AM

Matt Wier's Eyepiece Explorer (a shockwave simulator)

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Weather resources new [Re: ]
      #2666 - 05/31/03 02:49 AM

Clear Sky Clocks - astronomy forecast for the next 48 hours
NOAA/NESDIS Forecast Clear Air Turbulence
NOAA Home Page
Weather Underground Forecasts


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Vision Information new [Re: ]
      #2667 - 05/31/03 02:54 AM

The Joy of Visual Perception

Webvision - The Organization of the Retina and Visual System

Vision Science III - Binocular Vision Module
Northeastern State University College of Optometry, Tahlequah, OK
Vision Science course module by Thomas O. Salmon, OD, PhD
Vision Science Home



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Finding and disposing of used astro gear new [Re: ]
      #2716 - 06/01/03 09:46 AM

http://www.astromart.com

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Light Measurement Handbook new [Re: ]
      #3553 - 06/19/03 01:22 PM

An interesting web site I stumbled on from International Light, Inc.

Light Measurement Handbook by Alex Ryer

link broken

Here is the updated link..

http://www.intl-lighttech.com/services/light-measurement-handbook?searchterm=light+measurement

I hope it works
Jeetoo

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SkyTonight ezine new [Re: ]
      #306519 - 01/10/05 08:03 PM

http://skyandtelescope.com/

rocks!

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HOW TO add a LINK in your post new [Re: ]
      #1541370 - 04/13/07 06:28 AM

It's easy at Cloudynights to do so. Just hit 'Preview Reply', then click 'URL' under 'Instant UBB Code'. A window will pop up where you can cut and paste the URL from your link. Be careful not to add your URL to the 'http://' already in the pop-up window. Your URL can be as long as you like in the pop-up window. Next click 'OK' and another pop-up window will open for you to enter the name of your link as you want it to appear in your post. Enter your link's name and click 'OK'. That's it. Your link will appear as the name you entered, but lead to the link you entered.

For example, here's a link to Cloudynight's Variable Star Forum . Try it. It's easy!
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Re: Light Measurement Handbook new [Re: JimGutman]
      #3004738 - 03/25/09 08:31 PM

Quote:

An interesting web site I stumbled on from International Light, Inc.

Light Measurement Handbook by Alex Ryer

link broken





Here is the updated link..

http://www.intl-lighttech.com/services/light-measurement-handbook?searchterm=light+measurement

I hope it works


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