Arguably one of the finest 5” scopes ever made, the APM TMB LZOS 130 F/9.2 triplet apo offers unsurpassed optical quality which delivers amazing planetary and DSO views.
Observing all Open Clusters in Cassiopeia brighter than Mag 12 Part 1
Part one of my observing report where I attempted to view all the open clusters in Cassiopeia brighter than mag +12 based on Sky Safari 5 Pro data of which there are 44.
TeleVue Nagler Zoom Eyepiece Review
The Tele Vue Nagler Zoom eyepiece competes in the top league in terms of performance, but with the convenience and utility of offering several eyepieces in one which allows a pefect selection of power for atmospheric conditions and exteme portability when travelling to dark skies.
Takahashi FS-60Q Review
The 1.7x CQ module converts the FS-60 into an f/10 quadruplet of almost unsurpassed optical quality giving the user a highly portable scope that can do it all.
Vixen SG 2.1×42 Binoculars Review
The Vixen SG 2.1x42 binoculars not only provide immersive views of the Milky Way and entire constellations in a way no other optical design can, but their utility in aiding star hopping thanks to a magnitude gain of +1.5 makes them very useful even if dark sky visits are infrequent.