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I'm more and more impressed by these little mounts. They've come a long way since I first saw them a couple years ago in Sky & Telescope. There must be a sizeable community demand out there for them to be going to these lengths.
They'll just claim the company is really a subsidiary of NASA.
i wonder how flattards can explain this mount tracking the iss lol
Nice mount Wolfie! Keep it up sir!
The king is in... lol
You have too many nice toys 😀
Just a reminder Wolfie; in case you're interested, the Lyrid meteor shower peaks tonight 4-21 when Vega is high in the sky. It's either the debris field of Comet Thatcher (C/1861 G1) or the dome-firmament is breaking up. Would make a great time-lapse IMHO
+bhaggen. I have two cameras running in time lapse mode now - the sky is patchy but am seeing Vega occasionally. 2am here so I'll find out how it went in the morning.
@Wolfie6012.....Vega’s constellation Lyra is the "radiant point", and resides quite far north of the celestial equator, so the Lyrid meteor showers favor the Northern Hemisphere. The higher Vega climbs into your sky, the more meteors you’re likely to see. We're clouding up here in SoCal also. Good luck & whatever you do, *DON'T* loose a turbine blade! Can't believe how calm the female pilot handled an engine failure, a fire, a depressurized cabin *AND* screaming passengers!
That is super slick! It's also quite nice that the developers are so quick to respond to requests.
could youy name the equipment you have set up in this video,I would sure like to try it.
6020, this is 6066. Certainly would save carting around a HEQ5 with SCT and camera. Look forward to the comp.