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Backyard Observatories is Launching a New Remote Telescope Hosting Complex in Northern Ohio
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Backyard Observatories is Launching a New Remote Telescope Hosting Complex in Northern Ohio

The team at Backyard Observatories has announced they are building a new remote telescope hosting facility in Northern Ohio. The “NORTH” (Northern Ohio Remote Telescope Hosting) observatory complex will be ready to host telescopes later this year in Chatham Township, Medina County Ohio located on the edge of Amish country. […]

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Baader FlipMirror II Star Diagonal Offers a Swiss Army Knife for Telescope Astrophotography and Visual Astronomy

The ‘swiss army knife’ of star diagonals, the Baader FlipMirror II Star Diagonal (BFM II) offers 3 adjustable configurable output ports and a high-quality flip mirror. Its multitude of adaptations give the imager and visual astronomer practically limitless ways to couple and operate multiple instruments, cameras, guiders, off axis guider, […]

Meade LX10 Main PCB
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Clearline Technology Offers New Replacement for Meade LX10 Telescopes Main PCB Panel

Clearline Technology Corporation uses modern materials, components, and processes to create replacement parts for the venerable Meade Instruments LX-200 telescope. Among its current lineup are the Motor Encoder Board – LX200 Classic/LXD650/LXD750; Calibration Tool for LX200 Motor Encoder Board; and a Boot-Up Emulator for the Meade LX200 Hand Controller. They have now […]

Lunt Solar Systems New Modular Solar Telescope Lineup Offers Versatile Performance Day or Night
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Lunt Solar Systems New Modular Solar Telescope Lineup Offers Versatile Performance Day or Night

Lunt Solar Systems New Modular Telescope series provides the ability to enjoy a full range of astronomical observing with only one telescope. Each model is designed to be easily configured between Hydrogen Alpha, White Light, Calcium K, astronomy and daytime terrestrial uses in minutes. The lineup includes the Lunt Solar […]

ATT Volume 14 Issue 1
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ATT Volume 14 Issue 1

In this issue Publisher Stuart Parkerson takes a look at the  world’s only working Armillary Sphere, a precursor to the first telescopes; Dr. James Dire shows how the GSO 8-inch Ritchey–Chrétien is an ideal mid-sized instrument for CCD imaging; Matt Harmston and Jeff Hammond take a dive into Live High […]