I'm interested in watching the Starlink satellites with binoculars more systematically. I recall learning about satellite watchers from the 1950s and 60s using a small scope that used a small front surface mirror so that the observer could look down like a microscope. I think this way of observing would be more comfortable than bending my head back, especially for longer periods of time. I have great binoculars, but am wondering how I might make a front surface mirror rig. Or maybe someone has such a rig. I've attached a picture from the Adler Planetarium of such an old satellite watcher's scope. I think Edmund Science made them. (Full disclosure, I'm on the American Astronomical Society's committee on light pollution, radio interference and satellite debris. We just put out the SATCON-2 report.)
Thanks.... P.S. If someone has one of these for sale, I'd be interested.