Asked by kc2ykn
I answered your previous message— I simply get an email notification that someone has asked a question. Then I log-on and answer the question.
My upgraded ham radio station with the new microphone boom and Heil ICm microphone. The shock mount should arrive next week.
Join us on SKYNET on the radio - every Saturday night at 9PM Central Time. You do not need to be a licensed amateur radio operator to listen to the broadcast.
Use one of these two web links to listen-in:
Clear skies and 73,
Asked by rzanussi
Sounds like a .965 inch eyepiece is what you need. These are somewhat hard to find but not impossible. Try Ebay and or this fellow:
Join us every Saturday night at 9PM Central Time for SkyNet - an Astronomy radio broadcast on the Dallas Amateur Radio Club repeater. If you are not a licensed amateur radio operator you can listen in by going to this web site and clicking the audio link and or the Ustream link.
Repeater is 146.880 with a PL tone of 110.8
We are also on EchoLink at W5FC-R on Echolink.
Clear skies and 73.
Merry Christmas, and Happy Hanukkah or whatever ! :)
Video produced by my Astronomy buddy Terry Belia.
SKYNET - Astronomy on the radio
Every Saturday night at 9PM, Central time, members of the Dallas Amateur Radio Club, and the Texas Astronomical Society, transmit a live ASTRONOMY net on 146.880 the DARC repeater in Dallas, Texas. www.w5fc.org
You can join in and listen even if you are NOT a licensed ham radio operator. This video will give you the information you need to join SKYNET on Saturday nights at 9PM - Dallas, Texas local time.
www.w5fc.org Dallas Amateur Radio Club
www.texasastro.org Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas
www.telescopeman.org TelescopeMan blog site
November 2012 ATM Meeting
This is the November 2012 meeting of the Texas Astronomical Society ATM special interest group. Ken Clayton demonstrates making a tool which is used to grind a mirror (very detailed demonstration).
Dale Sander shows an instrument which is used to calculate the focal length of a mirror.
Click the video you would like to watch.
Asked by haroldgoldner