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JMI Event Horizon 2 Focuser For Newtonians

Posted by david elosser 08/19/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

JMI Event Horizon 2 Focuser For Newtonians

The Good, The Bad, and the Beautifull.

Baader Moon & Skyglow Filter

Posted by Matt Tarlach 06/28/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Filters)

Baader Moon & Skyglow Filter

It works! And not just on moonglow...

Cleaning with the Delkin SensorScope System

Posted by Mike Overacker 03/03/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

Cleaning with the Delkin SensorScope System

This review is my impressions on the Delkin Devices SensorScope sensor cleaning system and its value for this market

Review of Hayen Planetarium’s freeware “Partiview” program

Posted by Ed Moreno 03/02/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Software)

Review of Hayen Planetarium’s freeware “Partiview” program

Step on it Chewy, we need to be in quadrant 3 before the game starts...

Moonlite Telescopes CR2

Posted by Clayton Cramer 02/04/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

Moonlite Telescopes CR2

Dual-rate focuser is so elegant it makes the rest of the scope look like it was built by cavemen.

Orion's Collimating eyepiece

Posted by Robert Piekiel 01/27/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

What and how does a Cheshire eyepiece do? Is is better than a laser collimator?

Stellarvue BV3: Binoeyes on the Skies

Posted by Rod Kaufman 01/20/2007 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Binoviewers)

Stellarvue BV3: Binoeyes on the Skies

Take it from a man who has never been a binoviewer fan, this is a binoviewer for people who don't like binoviewers...

WyoRock Custom Focuser

Posted by Floyd Blue 01/18/2007 05:03PM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

WyoRock Custom Focuser

Man, at this price you can afford to buy two!

Star Watch – The Amateur Astronomer’s Guide to Finding, Observing, and Learning about Over 125 Celestial Objects – by Philip S. Harrington

Posted by Timm Bottoni 12/28/2006 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Booksperiodicals)

Star Watch – The Amateur Astronomer’s Guide to Finding, Observing, and Learning about Over 125 Celestial Objects – by Philip S. Harrington

Do you have a telescope but don’t know what to look at, or where to find it? Are you interested in learning about the objects in the night sky? For the amateur astronomer, nothing is more important than learning your way around the universe, and this book is one of the best places to start.

Humanity: A Story With Alternative Futures

Posted by Max Corneau 12/09/2006 12:34PM   (Reviews/Accessories/Booksperiodicals)

Humanity: A Story With Alternative Futures

Humanity: The Chimpanzees Who Would Be Ants provides tremendous insights into the past and provides several alternative futures for the reader to consider. A must read for those frozen, cloudy Winter nights.

Family Resemblance

Posted by Eric Gage 12/02/2006 04:10PM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

Family Resemblance

Look familiar? The William Optics Red Dot finder and the Stellarvue F2 finder are almost exactly the same, and both are quite good.

The Urban Astronomer's Guide by Rod Mollise

Posted by Timm Bottoni 10/27/2006 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Booksperiodicals)

The Urban Astronomer's Guide by Rod Mollise

Light pollution got you down? Pick up a copy of Uncle Rod's new book to cheer you up.