Rodger W. Gordon has been an amateur astronomer since 1952 and has written over 300 articles for various amateur astronomy publications. Having owned hundreds of eyepieces, he has been known as the “Eyepiece King” of the hobby. In his long career, he has worked for Edmund Scientific, Vernonscope, Optical Techniques, and has consulted for Questar.
In this week’s blog, he views lunar craters in a Questar 3.5″ and Tele Vue-85 and gives us his comparison results. Read and share this blog using the shortened link:
Caption for the photo below: Al Nagler (“Dr. Dioptrx”) with his Tele Vue-85 and Questar 3.5″.