The name of this website was
inspired by my passion of observing very faint deep sky objects under dark
released for beginner and intermediate observers: Three Herschel
observing guides covering about 1,100 objects visible in 6" to 10"
To get an example of what you can see through a large telescope, check out my
Thanks for visiting!
July 2015: Many of you are wondering where are my observing reports? I'm perfectly healthy, other than the scare I had in mid-2013. Couple things going on, so I decided to give astronomy a break until 2016 or 2017 observing season. I just don't have the drive and currently wrapped up in a couple other things that are more important to my life. As Arnold says, "I'll be back..."
My daughter and I with our 30" Starmaster
The reflector in the background is my 22" f/4 reflector
My 22" f/4 reflector at one of our observing sites
Observing with my friend's 48" reflector in Fort Davis, TX during TSP 2012.
Here is a couple recent reports, Report 1 and Report 2, from the eyepiece of this telescope. There are more in the Observing Reports Section.
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