Galaxies

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been fascinated by the concept of infinity. When I learned about the vastness of space, and about molecules and atoms, a question came to my mind, and it’s been there ever since. I was about 8 years old. The question is: what if our whole universe were just an atom of an infinitely … Read More

Spectating

Some kids admiring the view from the Ekeberg Restaurant.

Looney

Full moon. Shot this one by connecting Angie’s Casio P&S cam to my telescope

Coghlan’s Kids Telescope

Telescope for Kids has a precision optic 10 x 30 mm lens with soft eye-cup. Product Features Help yourself or others be prepared by knowing what your surroundings Precision optic 10 x 30 mm lens with soft eye-cup 10 x 30 mm lens

Backyard Safari Field Scope

The bug is ready for her close-up! Get up to six times the magnification with the Backyard Safari Bug Scope. Product Features Zoom in on your favorite bug. Up to 6x magnification. Trap bugs under the scope for up close viewing. Easy to carry. Take it with you anywhere. Turn on the light for better viewing day or night.

Safari Science Telescope, One Individual Telescope/Colors May Vary

A high quality telescope for seeing long distance. Precision polished lenses made in Italy product a sharp, clear image. Sliding scope adjusts for a powerful 15x magnification with a 4 foot field of vision. Telescope extends from 8″ to 15 1/2″. Color may vary. Product Features Our telescopes are terrific for facilitating learning and education The precision-polished lenses make for … Read More

Celestron 21024-A FirstScope Telescope with Accessory Kit

The FirstScope with Accessory Kit expands the capabilities of your FirstScope telescope to make it more enjoyable and easier to use, enhance your views of the night sky, and make it safer to transport wherever you go. Product Features 12.5 mm Eyepiece – 1.25″ – Increases the power to 24x which makes it easier to find and observe some objects … Read More

Moon

Here’s a moon shot I took with my trusty Fuji S3000 straight through the 32mm eyepiece of my 12" Dobsonian telescope back in July 2006. It’s not a bad shot and I managed not to shake the camera too much. Unfortunately the camera met a messy end having been dropped by a Spanish chamber maid!!!….but that’s another story!! This photo … Read More