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Dec 22 2009 07:17 AM | Ed in Illinois in Cases
When it comes to carrying eyepieces, I've been know to toss a few in my cargo pockets and head out. (GASP!) But when it comes to
Author name: Edward Spizzirri
Dec 21 2009 07:19 AM | jtex in Cases
After purchasing a new telescope, the Orion Skyquest XT8 Classic, the question came up on how best to transport the OTA safely in our car. My wife and I were due to leave on a trip and
Author name: Joseph Dawkins
Dec 14 2009 11:34 AM | Zamboni in Cases
One of the most important accessories in an amateur astronomer’s arsenal is simply something to keep all of one’s other accessories in. Some astronomers use
Author name: Tristan Schwartz
Jan 14 2009 12:47 AM | Guest in Cases
I stumbled across an ad for a 'fancy' eyepiece case in the classifieds a long time ago
Author name: Donald Scott
Jul 13 2005 06:44 AM | Rinaldo in Cases
I wanted something that I could easily keep clean. My hand dexterity is limited, so I wanted to ditch my eyepiece caps and bolt-style containers. Doing this would require a case that would prevent the eyepieces from colliding, and keep the glass from rubbing against any parts of the case as well.
Author name: Ron Lindenfeld
Mar 10 2005 10:56 AM | Guest in Cases
Peli cases are good but they can be a real pain to open and close, literally, particularly with cold hands and fingers, there is however a solution to this problem, as I found out.
Author name: Martyn Pitt
Mar 10 2005 01:39 PM | DanielR in Cases
After keeping my eyepieces in cardboard boxes and plastic sandwich containers, I finally decided to purchase a dedicated case. I chose the large Orion aluminum case because it was in stock and the price was right. I was also worried that a plastic case would not tolerate our coolish winter nights (-30°·C).
Author name: Daniel W. Rickey, Ph.D.
Mar 12 2005 12:29 PM | Dave Novoselsky in Cases
Sometimes your friends turn you on to some really good ideas. I bought a 203mm f/9 Apochromatic Refractor from Tom Back at TMB Optical. It was delivered to me by Tom at Astrofest this year, in its original shipping case (i.e. a cardboard box.) Tom said Markus was going to look into a case for it, but the cost of having one built in Germany and then the cost of shipping it here seemed prohibitive.
Author name: David A. Novoselsky