Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Me. Need I say more? I've been doing astrophotography for about four years now. Long way from being a professional. My wife thinks I am a nerd, but I never considered myself so. My images are nothing compared to some of the great ameteur imagers out there. I have come a long way, however. I've been looking through telescopes for about 11 years now. My equipment includes a 12" LX200GPS from Meade. It is a go-to scope which uses GPS satellites to track images. I also have a small refractor riding on top of the main scope to serve as my autoguider, and finally a Meade DSI (Deep Sky Imager) CCD camera. When I do widefield images, I use the Canon EOS Xsi.

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