Nice Super Space Conqueror!
If the tube has no holes for the saddle bolts, and is strap mount only, it is one of the last of the white tubes
and Edmund had 1/8 wave mirrors in these, stunning optics. Also the drive motor will have a date on it.
I really have a problem now, my old windows XP computer has had a hard drive failure, now I can't get to
any of my extensive photo collection and I can't use my S&T disk collection. I haven't decided if its worth
buying a donor drive and swapping platters. I have been looking at my photos on cloudy Nights to see how
much I can retrieve, and maybe I can just retire the old Dell XP. I ran across a picture of Glowy glowing, isn't
he neat, I'm surprised I could capture it on film.
And another photo of him on my 1957 Cave 8 inch, and another of him on my Edmund 4 inch f/15 refractor.
Edited by clamchip, 09 July 2018 - 06:59 PM.