Astronomy Diaries

Thanks for joining me at Astronomy Diaries where I hope to convey all my experiences with astronomy from observing to equipment I use, general astronomy and humans in space commentary as well as any learnings I have picked up along the way. My primary activities in astronomy are based around observing, on occasion I dabble in astrophotography, but time is the great enemy. Over the years I’ve picked up lots of equipment and have a permanent observatory that I use for an 11″ SCT as well as 2 smaller scopes that I bring to the remote dark site, all weather permitting of course. Once again, thanks for visiting and feel free to comment or suggest.

Highlights of recent posts below, click here for all posts

My equipment review part 1: Celestron NexStar Evolution 6

Great grab and go scope, set’s up in minutes!

Astronomers great woe of 2019

Current issues puts it all in perspective.

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