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How to See the
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Summer Observing in Colorado

Mt. Princeton Observatory


Winter Observing in Arizona

Desert Star Observatory


First Experiences
in Telescope Remote Control
Celestron Ultima 2000 ____
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Living Room Astronomy
Instruments & Setup

Camping & Astronomy
Star Ranch
Experiences with Stars & Ice!

 


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Thomas Bopp
At one of the almost nightly star parties at Starizona, Thomas Bopp poses with the 17" Dobsonian on which he first observed his comet, Hale-Bopp.


Credits:

Some data on each of the observed objects were taken from "Sky Atlas 2000.0 Companion" by Robert A. Strong, ISBN 0-9644393-0-1 and "The Sky" Astronomy Software, Level IV Version 5, by Software Bisque.


Gallery of the Night Sky: Clusters  · Nebulae  · Galaxies  · Solar System  · Messier Marathon
Locations & Instruments: Mt. Princeton Observatory  · Desert Star Observatory
Remote Control  · Camping & Astronomy


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