Author: Stuart Parkerson

Sky-Watcher Stargate Dobsonian
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Sky-Watcher Stargate Dobsonian

Sky-Watcher Stargate Dobsonian is a truss-tube Dobsonian telescope that offer serious aperture for those looking to sail farther into the depths of the cosmos in big – and even bigger – deep-sky-gobbling apertures of 18 and 20 inches. For those stepping up from the 12-inch instruments, the 18-inch Sky-Watcher Stargate […]

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Paramount MYT Robotic Telescope Mount

Paramount MYT Robotic Telescope Mount: I was the observatory director for the Kaua`i Educational Association for Science and Astronomy (KEASA). We shared our observatory complex with Kaua`i Community College. The complex consists of a roll-off-roof observatory, a building with a 10-foot diameter Ash Dome, and a Sky Shed Pod with […]

Astronomik Clip Filter for Canon EOS
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Astronomik Clip Filter for Canon EOS

The Astronomik Clip Filter lineup for Canon EOS cameras are used for astrophotography in moderately light polluted areas and can be inserted into the camera body within seconds. There are no conversions necessary and all functions (focus, aperture, image stabilization) are completely preserved. Almost all Canon system lenses (with the […]

SkyFi 3 Wireless Telescope Control
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SkyFi 3 Wireless Telescope Control

Simulation Curriculum’s SkyFi 3 offer big performance in a small package. The SkyFi 3 WiFi-to-Serial adapter is designed for wireless telescope control, so if you have a computer-controlled Go-To telescope, SkyFi can use the WiFi capabilities built into your Mac, PC, Android Phone, iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to point […]

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Vintage SBIG ST Astronomy Camera Review

  Vintage SBIG ST Astronomy Camera Review: Over the years, I have been amazed when reading magazine advertisements for astronomical cameras. The year-to-year advances in the quantity, quality, sophistication and automation of available options have been astounding. But, so have increases in overall prices. Yes, there are affordable cameras capable […]