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Guan Sheng Optical, 12″ Carbon Fibre Truss Tube Ritchey-Chrétien

The Keck and the VLT observatories both use Ritchey-Chretien (RC) design telescopes.  While SkySlab is no Keck or VLT, for astrophotography the GSO RC12-A will produce good quality pictures.  It's a large aperture light telescope used by a high percentage of the amateur astrophotography population.  One has been sourced for SkySlab from Bintel in Sydney, [...] Read More


Decommissioning Celestron 9.25″ SCT

Up until August 2015, all the images that SkySlab produced were using a Celestron 9.25" Schmidt-Cassegrain optical tube (with one or two exceptions using a William Optics GT-81).  This optical tube assembly was chosen because of it's ease of use and as a good introduction into astrophotography.  There are a plethora of accessories available for [...] Read More


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