All of us want to live a long, productive and enjoyable life! For those involved in amateur astronomy, looking forward to that next exciting eclipse, occultation or meteor shower may be just what we need to wake up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed in eager anticipation to what celestially lies ahead.
I wonder where it went…
By Norm Sperling. Excerpted by permission from his book “What Your Astronomy Textbook Won’t Tell You” copyright (c) 2002
Imagers take note that patience and really long exposures can yield all kind of benefits...
Bring an open mind to the eyepiece.
It's the old story about the tortoise and the hare, replayed with computerized telescope controllers.
How my fascination with astronomy led me to the another love of my life.
Rick Shaffer tells you tales of nights when, if you weren't still breathing, you'd SWEAR the atmosphere wasn't there!
For all you Ortho fans out there.
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