Author: Stuart Parkerson

Celestron’s CGX-L Computerized Equatorial Mount Offers Exceptional Load Capacity to Weight Ratio
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Celestron’s CGX-L Computerized Equatorial Mount Offers Exceptional Load Capacity to Weight Ratio

Celestron’s CGX-L Computerized Equatorial Mount offers a fully computerized equatorial mount capable of carrying Celestron’s largest optical tubes, CGX-L is designed for backyard observatories and remote imagers looking for exceptional load capacity-to-weight ratio, compact design, and innovative features that fully support large telescopes, imaging kits, and the latest in wireless […]

Airy Lab’s Genika Astro Image Acquisition Software for Astro Imaging
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Airy Lab’s Genika Astro Image Acquisition Software for Astro Imaging

AiryLab’s Genika Astro is an astro image acquisition software dedicated to astronomical imaging. It supports high-speed cameras and sensors such as CCD, CMOS, sCMOS, EMCCD and NIR sensors from manufacturers including Andor, AVT, Basler, IDS, PointGrey, Raptor Photonics, Celestron, The Imaging Source and ZWO. Genika Astro offers enhanced performance for […]

Astronomy Shoppe’s Olde School Optics Division Offers Telescope Restoration Services and Sales of Classic Telescopes
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Astronomy Shoppe’s Olde School Optics Division Offers Telescope Restoration Services and Sales of Classic Telescopes

Astronomy Shoppe’s Olde School Optics division specializes in the restoration and sales of telescopes, eyepieces and optics from a bygone era – high-quality, classic instruments that were typically manufactured in all metal – no plastic parts or computers, just excellent optics. In addition to refurbishing classic and antique telescopes, Olde […]

Space Walker 8x42 3-D Binoculars
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3D Astronomy’s Space Walker Astronomy Binoculars Offer an Indescribable Astronomy Viewing Experience

By Gary Parkerson Astronomy Technology Today Executive Editor Gary Parkerson discovered early in his amateur-astronomy career that he was as fascinated by the tools of astronomy as by the amazing celestial objects they reveal – perhaps more so. When not writing about astro-tech, he covers industrial technology for a variety […]

The Mini WASP Array
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Multi-Imager Systems – Development of the MiniWASP Parallel Imaging Telescope Array at the New Forest Observatories

By Greg Parker, Emeritus Professor of Photonics Greg Parker is Emeritus Professor of the University of Southampton where he was Professor of Photonics in the School of Electronics and Computer Science. Greg lives in the New Forest (U.K.) with his wife, son, dog, cat, Koi, Celestron Nexstar 11 computer- controlled telescope, […]