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The Moon Through My Telescope

 
#Geomagnetic_Storm# (OP)
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OP, can you do another one of those vids but next time stay longer or go slower over each area. We might see something moving there!
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Yeah I can try when the weather cooperates a bit
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Might be a stupid question but taking into consideration the possibility of never being on the moon. Has anyone ever seen the Flag thru a telescope?
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Not possible with a telescope or even the Hubble.
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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
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Huh?
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12/10/2012 06:46 PM
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The title of this thread should be "The Moon Through My Fraudoscope".
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The title of this thread should be "The Moon Through My Fraudoscope".
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whatever
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12/10/2012 07:52 PM
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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
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I have to agree with you there..go to my utube channel

IAMTHATIAM1974.....john lenard walson was before i even started filming
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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
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I have to agree with you there..go to my utube channel

IAMTHATIAM1974.....john lenard walson was before i even started filming
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28247188


i mnea dissagree
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12/10/2012 07:56 PM

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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29557962


I have to agree with you there..go to my utube channel

IAMTHATIAM1974.....john lenard walson was before i even started filming
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i mnea dissagree
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lol
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12/10/2012 07:59 PM

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Ok. Im going to have a life right now. If you guys have any questions, message me or check back later tonight. Peace.
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12/10/2012 09:32 PM

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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
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I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One


You gotta find out your focal length google how to find it because you don't want more than 400x magnification. You have a smaller scope so be careful on the eyepiece selection. I'm not sure how to find it exactly. I just read forums on which eyepiece is best for my scope.
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One


You gotta find out your focal length google how to find it because you don't want more than 400x magnification. You have a smaller scope so be careful on the eyepiece selection. I'm not sure how to find it exactly. I just read forums on which eyepiece is best for my scope.
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One


You gotta find out your focal length google how to find it because you don't want more than 400x magnification. You have a smaller scope so be careful on the eyepiece selection. I'm not sure how to find it exactly. I just read forums on which eyepiece is best for my scope.
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One


You gotta find out your focal length google how to find it because you don't want more than 400x magnification. You have a smaller scope so be careful on the eyepiece selection. I'm not sure how to find it exactly. I just read forums on which eyepiece is best for my scope.
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GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One

Do you know the model number / name?
Lense or mirror?


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GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One

Do you know the model number / name?
Lense or mirror?


.
 Quoting: Hydra


Hi Hydra, I found the disc that came with it (haven't found written instructions so far), says, Meade DS2000 Series. I'm going to watch the video now.
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Shot a while ago using a 10" Orion XT10g with a cheap Orion Webcam.



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Thanks Geo!
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12/11/2012 01:17 AM
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that was cool
thanks
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12/11/2012 01:24 AM
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Thanks for the video! I just watched while playing Pink Floyd's, Brain Damage. It was fun.
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GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One

Do you know the model number / name?
Lense or mirror?


.
 Quoting: Hydra


Hi Hydra, I found the disc that came with it (haven't found written instructions so far), says, Meade DS2000 Series. I'm going to watch the video now.
 Quoting: Isis One


Well, that was very informative!!! I can get a Barlow lens to double my magnification. But I really need to get out during the day and get everything aligned. I have a red dot scope on mine. Hope its warmish this weekend. Geo, you got me all inspired to get out there. Thanks, and thanks Hydra

Last Edited by Isis One on 12/11/2012 01:45 AM
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GS, I have a Meade with an MA9mm and an MA25mm lens and I feel like I can't see sh_t. I know nothing about them, do I need to order a stronger lens? The telescope is 6 inches in diameter and 16 inches long.
 Quoting: Isis One

Do you know the model number / name?
Lense or mirror?


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Good Morning Hydra!
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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
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LOL, no, the OP is not JLW. You're right that JLW's a fraud though.

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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.
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LOL, no, the OP is not JLW. You're right that JLW's a fraud though.
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Idiots. Haha
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Awesome!

I captured the moon a bit and even the moons of Jupiter, see in HD here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] but this was with a Nikon D7000 with a mere 50/500 lens. Nothing like your telescope.

Can you try to get some images of Jupiter and it's moons with your set-up? Bet you it will be awesome!

Cheers OP.
 Quoting: 2012Portal


Pretty cool video. But my webcam doesn't want to pick up the moons :(


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Wow, neat colors though.

I wonder - if you zoomed out a bit and focus on a broader area, if then maybe you pick up the moons?
In any event, thanks again, nice!
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Awesome!

I captured the moon a bit and even the moons of Jupiter, see in HD here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] but this was with a Nikon D7000 with a mere 50/500 lens. Nothing like your telescope.

Can you try to get some images of Jupiter and it's moons with your set-up? Bet you it will be awesome!

Cheers OP.
 Quoting: 2012Portal


Pretty cool video. But my webcam doesn't want to pick up the moons :(


 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Wow, neat colors though.

I wonder - if you zoomed out a bit and focus on a broader area, if then maybe you pick up the moons?
In any event, thanks again, nice!
 Quoting: 2012Portal


I think my webcam just sucks. It's a $50 Orion Webcam.
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Awesome!

I captured the moon a bit and even the moons of Jupiter, see in HD here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] but this was with a Nikon D7000 with a mere 50/500 lens. Nothing like your telescope.

Can you try to get some images of Jupiter and it's moons with your set-up? Bet you it will be awesome!

Cheers OP.
 Quoting: 2012Portal


Pretty cool video. But my webcam doesn't want to pick up the moons :(


 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Wow, neat colors though.

I wonder - if you zoomed out a bit and focus on a broader area, if then maybe you pick up the moons?
In any event, thanks again, nice!
 Quoting: 2012Portal


I think my webcam just sucks. It's a $50 Orion Webcam.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Ah, ok! LOL Well, great job on a budget. Still find it simply incredible what we normal folks can capture these days.

On that note - I wonder how I can jimmy-rig my set-up (Nikkon D7000 with various lenses 50/200, 50/500) to somehow zoom in even more, without shelling out tons of money??

This star watching, or better said, star filming, is addicting!
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Pretty cool video. But my webcam doesn't want to pick up the moons :(


 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Wow, neat colors though.

I wonder - if you zoomed out a bit and focus on a broader area, if then maybe you pick up the moons?
In any event, thanks again, nice!
 Quoting: 2012Portal


I think my webcam just sucks. It's a $50 Orion Webcam.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Ah, ok! LOL Well, great job on a budget. Still find it simply incredible what we normal folks can capture these days.

On that note - I wonder how I can jimmy-rig my set-up (Nikkon D7000 with various lenses 50/200, 50/500) to somehow zoom in even more, without shelling out tons of money??

This star watching, or better said, star filming, is addicting!
 Quoting: 2012Portal


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Moon through an AT6RC and a canon 450d camera


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Moon through an AT6RC and a canon 450d camera


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Nice. I have yet to take a moon picture with my DSLR camera. I need a lens that zooms in more. I have a 200mm. I'm gonna need a bigger one.
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Moon through an AT6RC and a canon 450d camera


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Nice. I have yet to take a moon picture with my DSLR camera. I need a lens that zooms in more. I have a 200mm. I'm gonna need a bigger one.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Nice pict!

With ya on the lens - but there MUST be a way in this day and age for us to pimp those 200mm lenses up and get some funky quality moon shots?!
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Moon through an AT6RC and a canon 450d camera


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 Quoting: MaryAlananB


Nice. I have yet to take a moon picture with my DSLR camera. I need a lens that zooms in more. I have a 200mm. I'm gonna need a bigger one.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Nice pict!

With ya on the lens - but there MUST be a way in this day and age for us to pimp those 200mm lenses up and get some funky quality moon shots?!
 Quoting: 2012Portal


I agree. Haha. But i'm not the person to know. tounge

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