Re: an old wahoo


Apr 24, 2005

 


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#27574 Apr 24, 2005

Thanks, Ralph! We had a good representation of the old AP line with

your 152 and Paul's 105 on the field.



Here's an image of what we were looking at:



www.sungazer.net/041705.html



Greg Piepol

www.sungazer.net



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#27575 Apr 24, 2005

I looked through your scope at NEAF - Very nice views indeed. I

noticed how you had your scope labeled too!



My wife and I were so bowled over by the solar views at NEAF that I

got the big "OK" to get an H-Alpha setup. I'm going to plunge right

into this so I think I'll start with a 60mm Coronado filter. I think

that it is a next year item, however.



I thought that Paul's Bino viewer equiped double stacked Traveler, the

0.2A super-duper non-Coronado filter I don't remember what it was

setup, and the double stacked, internal special filter TV 102i setups

provided the most memorable views at NEAF, although Ralph's was pretty

amazing too.



Philip

--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Ralph Marantino" rm127994@e...> wrote:

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> I had a good time at the NEAF Solar Starparty last weekend with the old

> 1988 152mm f8 many great h-alpha views at .5Angstroms with the

> venerable old beast....many hundreds of people took a look and liked

> what they saw..so did I thru Greg Piepol's 155 mm Starfire at.2Angstroms


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