Images with the Stellarvue SV80s

From Both Observatories

Updated 8/13/06

 This is the main images page for our new Stellarvue SV80s APO refractor. The instrument can be moved between observatories with a quick disconnect type mounting. Seen here, is its more dedicated location, at Happy Jack. The SV80s is seen mounted on a laminated board, at the bottom here along with the Meade 4" SCT guidescope in the center, and the Meade 622 Comet Tracker at the top, used for both imaging and visual observation. The observatory is now dedicated to wider field imaging than is possible with the 12.5" Newtonian back in Payson. The sky in Happy Jack is extremely dark, and transparent, a perfect match for the capabilities of the new instrument.

     
     
 

 

First Test shots with Stellarvue SV80s 2/25/06

 

M44 and Saturn 1/23/05
Saturn/Mars/M44 at with NEW setup!
Wargentin Crater - Very Rare sighting
M101 and field galaxies with SV80s
Leo 1 with SV80s
Mars and M35 4/15/06
Pojmansky 4/7/06
M46/M47 Deep Sky Assemblage 3/22/06
Sword of Orion First Guided shot with SV80s 3/19/06
M35 and NGC2158 3/25/06
First shots with FF/Corr on SV80s

 

Comet Pojmansky 3/3/06
Comet Pojmansky in The morning sky 2/27/06
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