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Lunt Engineering
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Reged: 03/18/14

Observatory Services at NEAF new
      #6443418 - 04/02/14 12:12 PM Attachment (35 downloads)

Lunt Engineering is proud to offer complete observatory services!!

Lunt Engineering is happy to announce our ability to provide large observatory systems to the astronomy community.

Having access to industry leading resources and capabilities through our partner "Professional-Telescopes" We can offer systems that range from small class observatories all the way up to 2 meters.

Using the latest drive systems, encoders, and open source software we can meet the needs of nearly every requirement, while providing confidence and commitment from a company name "Lunt" that is known for quality and innovation.

Have an observatory question, interest, or just want to know more?? We would love to hear from you.

Clear Skies!


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Howie Glatter
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Reged: 07/04/06

Re: Observatory Services at NEAF [Re: Lunt Engineering]
      #6444250 - 04/02/14 08:48 PM

" Have an observatory question . . We would love to hear from you."

Yeah. Why doesn't that telescope have a full-aperture etalon?


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