66040RE: [ccd-newastro] Re: Sky Quality Meters
- Oct 1, 2009Ken,
Interesting site. Have you any pictures of the sky quality meter
installation and how you weather proof it? Any general shots of your
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Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 12:29 AM
Subject: [ccd-newastro] Re: Sky Quality Meters
As everyone says, you will do better with the L version. I have the LE
version permanently mounted and the Knightware software running each night
and uploaded live to the internet. Works great, haven't touched it in
months. you can see it here:
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, "astromahoney" <pj.mahoney@...> wrote:
>SQM and the SQM-L meters. I am a bit confused as to which one to purchase.
> I am thinking of buying a sky quality meter and have been looking at the
>dark sky enthusiasts. It has a lens to narrow the field of view so that
> The info on the SQM-L quotes "The SQM-L is better suited for astronomy and
street lights and buildings or trees do not affect the reading very much".
>pollution to get a more accurate reading. Or probably I'm not understanding
> But I thought that it would be necessary to include any street light etc.,
the proper use of the meter.
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