Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Messages List

131932

Re: Solar fun with the SV50 Finder Scope!

Hi Mary - 50mm is a fine size to enjoy the sun via filters - and it's certainly portable. Thanks for the great report. - Bruce
dixonagee
3:11 PM
#131932
 
131931

Re: Solar fun with the SV50 Finder Scope!

Hi Mary, I use my SV50  like you just described.   A very fun telescope.  I also attach mine to my SV105 or SV5 and it makes a great finder.  The two
Len Neub
2:42 PM
#131931
 
131930

Solar fun with the SV50 Finder Scope!

I just had my little SV50 finder with it's little SV clamshell out for a fun and wonderful solar session. I have a 50mm solar filter from my binoculars that
flyingpinkpig
12:25 PM
#131930
 
131929

NEAIC/NEAF

Anyone else headed for NEAIC/NEAF. I'll get there by Wednesday evening and head out probably sometime Sunday. Is there a dinner or anything going on? Jim
jrsmallstl
Mar 24
#131929
 
131928

Re: Rosette Nebula with SV80ST

Hmmmm. Looks like the Rosette has made it to the Stellar Shot of the Week. Stellar Shot of the Week http://www.stellarvue.com/stellarshot
dixonagee
Mar 23
#131928
 
131927

Re: Loose dewshield

I know you can buy felt tape and pads in home depot or lowes. It is used to cushion doors and drawers in cabinets and furniture. For velvet tape, I'd try a
billtheastronut
Mar 23
#131927
 
131926

Re: Loose dewshield

Anyone ever see that velvet tape anywhere? On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 8:29 PM, Scott in NC ssatko@...
Tom G
Mar 23
#131926
 
131925

Re: Orion Nebula with an SVR102T

Thank You very much Scott, Bruce, and C. T. for the glance and comments. I've only been at this for a little short of one year. There is so much to learn,
billtheastronut
Mar 23
#131925
 
131924

Re: Loose dewshield

You can either buy some thin velvet or felt tape from a craft or hardware store, or contact Stellarvue to see if they can send you some. The velvet will
Scott in NC
Mar 23
#131924
 
131923

Loose dewshield

Just got a really nice SV102ED and am having a problem with the dewshield sliding down while viewing objects that are high altitudes and close to zenith. Any
tag1260
Mar 23
#131923
 
131922

Re: Rosette Nebula with SV80ST

Hi Craig and Tammy- thanks for the comment! And yes the SV reducer-flattener gives great pinpoint stars to the edge with the 8300 chip. CS, Dave Sent from my
Dave Weixelman
Mar 23
#131922
 
131921

Re: Orion Nebula with an SVR102T

Very nice, Bill! Looking forward to more great images from you! - C&T
Craig Temple
Mar 23
#131921
 
131920

Re: Rosette Nebula with SV80ST

Beautiful shot, Dave! We recently picked up the reducer/flattener for our 80 as well. Have only had one (short) opportunity to try it out and it works
Craig Temple
Mar 23
#131920
 
131919

Re: Orion Nebula with an SVR102T

Nice pic, Bill - The images have an ethereal 3-D look to them. - Bruce
dixonagee
Mar 22
#131919
 
131918

Re: Orion Nebula with an SVR102T

Very nice, Bill--that's beautiful! Clear skies, Scott, in NC To: Stellarvue@yahoogroups.com From: Stellarvue@yahoogroups.com Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2015 19:45:31
Scott in NC
Mar 22
#131918
 
View First Topic Go to View Last Topic
Loading 1 - 15 of total 131,932 messages