EQUIPMENT REVIEWS
>Review of the Bahtinov Focusing Mask.<
EQUIPMENT USED PICTURES
>Solar Eclipse Imaging Setup. <
>Celestron CGX-L German Equatorial Mount. <
>Sunspotter White Light Solar Telescope. <
>Daystar Quark Chromosphere h-alpha filter, Televue 102iis refractor, PGR Grasshopper 3 camera, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. <
>Obsession 18" "Classic" Dobsonian telescope with Argo Navis and Servocat, and Celestron 11" Edge OTA with Orion EON 70mm guide scope, with SBIG STF-8300C CCD camera, on a Celestron CGEM DX mount. <
>Coronado Solarmax 90 h-alpha telescope, double stacked, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. <
>Celestron 8" Edge optical tube with 1000 Oaks Type 2 glass solar filter, Coronado Solarmax 60 h-alpha solar telescope (double stacked), Hinode Solar Autoguider, on an Ioptron IEQ45 Pro mount. <
>Televue 102iis refractor, Point Grey Research Grasshopper 3 camera, Hinode Solar Autoguider, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. <
>Televue 102iis refractor with Starlight Instruments motorized focuser, Coronado SM90 h-alpha solar filter with BF30 blocking filter, and Imaging Source DMK41AU02.AS camera. Orion 72mm EON refractor with Coronado SM60 h-alpha filter. Both scopes on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. <
>Thermoelectric Cooler For a DMK41AU02.AS camera. <
>Orion 100mm f/9 ED refractor with Lunt white light solar wedge, DMK41AU02.AS camera, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. <
>Astro-Tech 8" Ritchey-Chretien and SBIG ST-8300M CCD camera. <
>Lunt LS60T CaK Solar Telescope and Imaging Source DMK41AU02.AS camera. <
>Orion 190mm Maksutov Newtonian Reflector mounted on a Celestron CGE Pro German Equatorial Mount. <
>Televue 102iis Refractor mounted on a Celestron CGE Pro German Equatorial Mount. <
>Televue TV102iis Refractor, Losmandy G11 Equatorial Mount, Meade Tripod, Televue 2X Powermate, and Canon DSLR".<
>Televue TV102iis Refractor with Coronado 90mm h-alpha solar filter, Canon DSLR".<
>18" F/4.5 Obsession Dobsonian #282 with Nova primary mirror, Argo Navis, and ServoCat GOTO System.<
>Davis Vantage PRO Wireless Weather Station.<
>Santa Barbara Instrument Group (CCD) Web Page<