gedw99 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 8 08:55:55 CDT 2010
i thought about building one with some arduino stuff.
You could then stick IR lenses on it too and stream it over the
internet as a feed.
A Telescope itself is very basic and a CCD sensor for the light is
also not complicated these days.
On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 11:19 AM, Per Andersson <avtobiff at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am going to buy a Galileoscope to explore space. :-)
> Do we have any more aspiring hobby astronomers?
> If so, do you want to order with me as well?
> Check out the scope (specs etc) at
> Once we have scopes we could learn about, and explore,
> space. I for one really like the video documentary series
> Carl Sagans Cosmos as an introduction to the universe.
> I've realized that there exists a book with the same title
> that I want to read as well.
> Maybe someone has ideas on how to build a better,
> slimmer, sleeker, or better telescope. I still think it would
> be nice to start off with something that works directly
> instead of getting stuck in the trap of "ooh, I just need to
> learn X and Y to do Z for my original plan to hack W which
> is similar to a off the shelf V."
> It is possible to eat the cake and still have it I suppose.
> We just need a duplicator. ;-)
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