|Murry C. and his kids with a Dobstuff 13.1" F4.5.|
Murray C. and his kids Samantha and Harrison at the Texas Astronomical Society "dark site"
I like the observatory in the background too......
|Charles, from La Habra, picks up his "new" 12" telescope tube.|
|The Featherrouch Integrated focuser/Paracor system.|
|The focuser (L), mounting plate (C) and TeleVue Paracor (R).|
|21" Alt Bearings for John T's 13.1" F4.5 telescope.|
|OTA Rings for John T. in Jackson ,Michigan.|
|Mike and his 16" Lightbridge.|
Forest Hills, N.Y.
|A 13" (L) and 15" (R) telescope begin to take shape.|
|The spider is a 4-vane curved-vane spider by Destiny.|
|Detail of the UTA with the Telrad in place. The counterweight, to|
the left, compensates for different size/weight eyepieces.
|Joe's telescope sports a Feathertouch focuser and Telrad.|
|The Dew Shield is removable for ease of assembly and tear-down.|
|William and his 13.1" DobSTUFF telescope.|
|12" F4.9 for Joe in Palos Verdes|
|A 12" F4.9 for Joe G. in|
Palos Verdes, CA.
|The completed upper tube assembly. Joe's telescope includes the|
use of a beautiful Feathertouch focuser by Starlight Instruments.
Note the Telrad base and Destiny curved-vane spider.
|The "mirror box" with mirror cover installed.|
No dew shield.
|The completed "mirror box" with dew shield in-place.|
|U.P.S. did a good job of delivering the box undamaged!|
|An example of "great packaging" for a primary|
and secondary telescope mirrors.
|Spectrum Coatings does a great job.|
|Feathertouch flat base.|
|Feathertouch 2" to 1.25" eyepiece adapter.|