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NEW Celestron WiFi Scopes
NEW Lunt LS50 PT
GLOBAL ASTRONOMY MONTH - http://astronomerswithoutborders.org/global-astronomy-month-2014.html
NEAF 2014!! - http://www.rocklandastronomy.com/NEAF/Index.html
New Lodestar X2 Camera - http://www.sxccd.com/lodestar-x2-autoguider
Mallincam VRC Telescopes! - http://mallincam.tripod.com/id62.html
Mars Opposition - http://www.universetoday.com/111050/mars-opposition-season-2014-images-from-around-the-world/
Lunar Eclipse - http://www.universetoday.com/110780/get-ready-for-the-april-15-2014-total-lunar-eclipse-our-complete-guide/
New Mallincam products, and some significant changes to their existing lineup.
AstroLive turns your CCD into a real-time observing tool
CloudyNights.com gets a facelift
New heavy-duty mount from Orion
My initial impressions of the SBIG STi Autoguider
Jupiter GRS and Shadow Transtit times for the second half of March
Today on episode 88 of the At The Eyepiece Show
John Dobson - 1915-2014
New Guiding / Planetary Camera - Atik GP Guiding & Planetrary Camera - $479
New iOptron mount shipping - CEM $2499 and $3899
Deluxe Beginners Ha scope on sale - LS Deluxe on sale for $673 - reg 749
SUPER Supernovas - http://attheeyepiece.blogspot.com/2014/01/sn-2014j-missed-it-by-that-much.html
Jupiter GRS Times
Solar Observing Update
SunDay 6/22/2014 - http://solarastronomy.org/sunday.html
Tonights episode is prerecorded.
I share some my observing and imaging session on some interesting galaxies - NGC 1084, 1055, and 925
Some nice sales out there going on, specifically OPT and Celestron
Hey, ever heard of TPO telescopes? Well OPT has a new lineup
Astronomics shares some news on a new Astro-Tech RC lineup
Mallincam is at it again! Last week it was the Mallimcam Jr. Pro, whats up now? Find out!
Great solar activity
Moon phase info
Replacement battery for your powertank at a great price
All this and more on this epsiode of At The Eyepiece.
In this episode, I give you some sweet holiday deals I found on some select astronomical equipment. I share the latest news on Comet ISON, but also share some surprising variety of comets still visilble in our sky this month. All this and more on this episode of At The Eyepiece.
Kai Staats is a documentary film maker who will join MarsCrew134, a team of highly trained scientist, researchers and filmmaker who will embark on a Mars simulation at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, USA.
Former software developer and supercomputing architect, writer and documentary film maker Kai Staats builds upon his ten years experience in working with leading scientists and researchers across the U.S. He captures the curiosity, dedication and drive of those who work a lifetime to better understand the workings of the universe.
Recent films includes “The Explorers,” a feature length documentary about the passion for learning invoked by astronomy. Kai worked with the South African Astronomical Observatory to tell the story of the team which tracked the passing of Asteroid 1998 QE2. “Monitor Gray” is a short sci-fi which raises the dilemma of near-future bio engineering versus free will.
As of this interview, Kai is at the Hanford site of LIGO, the world’s most sophisticated gravitational wave detector, producging a documentary film for Caltech.
In February of 2014, Kai will move to Cape Town, South Africa to earn his Masters in Applied Mathematics. His proposed research project is the construction of a mathematical model for scalable, bioregenerative systems for off-world, human colonization.
Weekly podcast devoted to discussing, astronomical equipment and events, stargazing tips, observing reports, and equipment news and reviews.
Tonights episode discusses:
ZWO Optical has a new Camera, the ASI034MC.
Sky-Watcher USA debuts a new 18" truss-tube reflector at ASAE
All this and more on this episode of At The Eyepiece.
In the wake of recent discoveries, a new way of seeing the physical universe is emerging. The new vantage point emphasizes the role of electricity in space and shows the negligible contribution of gravity in cosmic events.
Images returned by high-powered telescopes and recent space probes have challenged astronomers’ long-standing assumptions about galaxies and their constituent stars, about the evolution of our solar system, and about the nature and history of Earth.
The new discoveries also suggest that our early ancestors may have witnessed awe inspiring electrical events in the heavens—the source of myths and symbols around the world.
This week on Sott Talk Radio we'll be interviewing Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill. Wallace graduated in physics at Melbourne University in 1964 and began postgraduate studies with Prof. Victor Hopper’s upper atmosphere research group. Before entering university, he had been inspired by Immanuel Velikovsky through his controversial best-selling book, Worlds in Collision. Wallace has published several books with David Talbott including Thunderbolts of the Gods and The Electric Universe, on the combined subjects of the recent history of the solar system and the Electric nature of the Universe. So, in short, he's the ideal person to discuss this most interesting of topics with us.
Tonight we discuss 2 naked eye comets visible right now to backyard stargazers. iOptron has raised the bar with not one but 2 new mounts, and an interesting pair of interacting galaxies you can see right from your backyard.
All this and more during this episode of At The Eyepiece.
iOptron CEM60 photo Set http://www.flickr.com/photos/astronewb2011/sets/72157637612473584/
CEM60 thread on CN http://www.cloudynights.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php/Cat/0/Number/6194834/page/0/view/collapsed/sb/5/o/all/fpart/1
More info on Comets http://cometchasing.skyhound.com/