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A Lifetime of Amateur Astronomy
There are plenty of "how to" astronomy guides out there. Some are long and confusing; others short and unhelpful. The beginner amateur astronomer will learn about equatorial mounts, the types of telescopes, all about the basic accessories, calculating magnification, and most importantly, three videos that help you learn how to find one's way around the night sky. In short, this is the If you have an equatorial mount, those things look confusing don't they?!? So then learning how to align it with the celestial pole will help you use it much more easily - watch this next video to learn how to set up your equatorial mount telescope.
Jay's Astronomical Observing Blog
Pages Home. I haven't posted in many months, in truth, I only have been out a few times since April of with my scopes. I have had changes in my life this year and have had a health concern that has made me not be able to spend time on the hobby. I anticipate sometime in the spring or summer of to be back enjoying the hobby, perhaps once a month or so and being able to go alone.
Amateur astronomer Rick Johnson undertook the monumental task of building his own observatory and compiling a catalog of objects he has observed. For those photographing the August 21st eclipse, Fred Espenak shares his eclipse photography checklist. The internet has become a priceless tool for the citizen-science movement, in which private citizens all over the world can make meaningful contributions to science. With as little as a computer and some curiosity, you can help scientists determine targets for space telescopes, or look for signs of life on Kepler planets.