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Nov 28 2010 03:23 AM | ChiAstroJoe in New Articles in [!monthname!]
This article is part 5 in the How-To series “C11 Cleaning & Modification”.
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This article is part 1 in the How-To series “C11 Cleaning & Modification”.
Jun 17 2010 11:43 AM | Jack Thomas in New Articles in [!monthname!]
Here's a way to inexpensively and semi-permanently house 1¼” eyepieces in two inch housings that can be sourced from Surplus Shed.
Mar 13 2005 04:39 PM | JayKSC in New Articles in [!monthname!]
Coming in all sizes, shapes, and prices, the shear variety of oculars in today's amateur astronomy market may make the selection of a good set quite difficult. Eventually, many observers end up with a vast number of eyepieces, but trimming down the fat in your eyepiece case can really add to your observing experiences and ease of setup for a night under the stars. The choosing of proper eyepieces is nearly as important as the choosing of a telescope; for a set of well selected oculars may make the difference between seeing or not seeing the vague polar caps on Mars or detecting faint wisps of a dim deep sky treasure. Mastering Magnification