24" diameter (.6m) f4.5 Computerized Goto Dobsonian
Why am I not smiling?
Using a large aperture (24" (.6m)
dia. mirror, 10 feet tall) telescope, a Night Sky Adventures(tm)
Interpretive astronomy tour shows the natural grandeur of the universe
as you can only see with your own eyes. The 24" dia. mirror captures
10,000X more light from faint objects than the unaided eye.
Most telescopes this large do not
track objects in the sky, you simply allow them to drift across the
field as the earth rotates. But now with computer tracking, your brain
is free to observe objects rather than concentrating on their movement
in the eyepiece. The effect is like adding 30% to the size of the
Other Telescopes are used for Night Sky
Adventures including a 10 inch Dobsonian, and binoculars.
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