Author Archives: Richard S. Wright Jr.

Astrophotography Highlight – February 2018

Welcome to the first, of a new series of monthly blogs about astrophotography! I’m not going to focus on techniques or processing in depth, (see my Sky & Telescope BlogĀ about that) but rather I want to talk about what targets … Continue reading

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Solar Eclipsed

You can prepare all you want. You can practice until you can do it in your sleep. You can have the best equipment and gear, spend hundreds or thousands of dollars for travel. Everything can work perfectly, and you can … Continue reading

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Here Comes the Sun!

Well unless you live in a cave, you’ve probably heard that there is a total solar eclipse coming on August 21, 2017 and it’s going to be the greatest most amazing event in all of human history… well, or something … Continue reading

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The Sky-Watcher Mak First Impressions

So, first a disclaimer, I mean it when I say first impressions; this is not a full product review. I will do one, but usually after a few months of using something. I just hate product reviews that are “looks … Continue reading

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