AT LAST !

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AT LAST !

Postby Joan Guarro Flo » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:58 am

Hello all,

After much time of adverse weather I can come back to observed. There are a lot of stars that they are waiting us and want our company.
In the picture, my observation place in Piera whit a both screens, on the left to Sta. Maria REMOT telescope, on the right the Piera telescope.

Clear skies, Joan.
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Re: AT LAST !

Postby James Foster » Sun Jan 27, 2019 4:58 am

Nice set-up! I need another Titan or other guide camera before I shoot 2 spectroscopes simultaneously.
Want to shot Visual (Alpy600) and IR (LISA) at same time, but lack of another guide camera prevents me,
so I shoot separate nights and hope the star doesn't change btw!

James
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Lhires III (2400/1800/600 ln/mm Grat) Spectroscope,
LISA IR/Visual Spectroscope (IR Configured Presently)
Alpy 600 with Guide/Calibration modules and Photometric slit
Star Analyzer 200
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