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Neximage 5 and Coronado PST

8 Feb 2013, 00:30 UTC
Neximage 5 and Coronado PST
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Been a long while since I have posted on my blog. LMAO…glad I still remember my password!.
Anyway….life as of late has been up and down. I lost my dad last April. It has been tough not having him around!
On the good side of life,I have a wee bit more time at the moment for star gazing. Albeit cold, I HATE the cold!.
Santa was very giving to me this past Christmas and I found a brand new Neximage 5 in my stocking!. It is a nice 5 Mega pixel that has much higher resolution than the Meade LPI that I was using. *Funny story time!*…. I asked Santa for a new imager because, the LPI I have been using got zapped by static electricity. I was sitting on a plastic chair in the observatory when I suddenly stood up to adjust the ccd imager. All of a sudden, I felt and heard a snap coming from my hand. I looked over at the monitor and the live image of the sun that I had just been watching,had suddenly gone from a crisp image to a live screen with multi colored lines. In disgust,I left the camera for ...

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