At The Eyepiece

At The Eyepiece

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This is an astronomy based podcast/talk show that is devoted to stargazing tips, tricks and astronomical equipment. Do you have questions about how to get into astronomy? Do you have a favorite eyepiece that you want to discuss? What about an observing report that you can't wait to share? Are you shopping for a new telescope, and don't know where to start? Do you want to rant or rave about a specific telescope or astronomical accessory? Do you enjoy stargazing and do you take your telescope out every clear night? Well, At The Eyepiece is dedicated to you. We don’t focus on the science of astronomy, frankly there are plenty of shows/podcasts out there to do that. The focus of At The Eyepiece is the visual observer, those people that enjoy taking their telescopes under the stars, and those people wishing to join our ranks. After all, what really matters to a backyard stargazer is what’s At The Eyepiece.

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REBROADCAST Brandon Doyle will be our FEATURED GUEST on tonights episode. Don't know who Brandon Doyle is? Well, turn to page 64 in the January edition of Astronomy magazine and read his article on "How to sketch deep-sky... more
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ImagingSource has long been a favorite amount amateur astronomers for lunar, solar, and planetary imaging. I'll give you my initial impressions on the camera itself and its control software. Hopefully by the time this show airs, I will also... more
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I took the plunge head-long into solar observing. I decided to pick up the Coronado SolarMax II, which is a 60mm Hydrogen-Alpha telescope. I'll explain some key points of this instrument, and my initial impressions. We will revisit... more
00:43

InOMN (International Observe the Moon Night) is an annual event coordinated by professional astronomers and organizations world-wide to draw attention to the beauty and awe of our closest neightor, the Moon. This years event is on... more
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This month we focus on Carbon Stars. The North Kansas Astronomical Society (http://www.nckas.org/carbonstars/) has a great page on Carbon Stars, and explains them very well. "Carbon Stars are stars that are extremely red in color.... more
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At The Eyepeice is all about the visual observers, those backyard stargazers that enjoy taking their telescopes under the stars, and those individuals wishing to join our ranks. We discuss astronomical equipment, stargazing tips, hot topics in... more
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At The Eyepeice is all about the visual observers, those backyard stargazers that enjoy taking their telescopes under the stars, and those individuals wishing to join our ranks. We discuss astronomical equipment, stargazing tips, hot topics in... more
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