67627Re: [ccd-newastro] Re: Replacement of ST9XE
- Jun 3, 2010Thank Terry, Roy and Bob.
Bob, i have tried Meade 0.63 reducer for that matter but was very
disappointed because flattening was a big issue. Perhaps because of my long
imaging train? That is TCF-S,AO8,MOAG,CFW10 and ST9XE.
Phil i would love to do that stuff.. big time.. I will email you privately.
On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 11:24 AM, raro_observer <phil@...> wrote:
> Your existing setup with the ST9XE is perfect for doing photometry. You
> could do some real science on variables such as CVs, eclipsing binaries or
> exoplanets. You could even get some publications either with your own work
> or as part of a team. Think about it. If you want help I'd be willing to
> give you whatever advice I can.
> Phil Evans
> VSS (Variable Stars South)
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <ccd-newastro%40yahoogroups.com>,
> Umair Asim <umairasim@...> wrote:
> > Hello group,
> > I have been using ST9XE for a while now and seriously have no complaint
> > about it. The only thing that i dont like is the size of the chip and
> > my setup at f/12, a lot of targets are not fully covered. I was wondering
> > what you guys suggest me to look for. With my very warm temperatures (38
> > at night), i would definitely want a camera which would have
> > water assisted super internal cooling.
> > Stuff i own:
> > C14, TCF, SBIG AO8, Astrodon MOAG, SBIG RGH, SBIG CFW10.
> > Your suggestions would be Much appreciated!
> > Regards,
> > Umair Asim
> > www.umairasim.com
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