Author Archives: Richard S. Wright Jr.

Eyepiece Shootout

I’ve come a long way from that red tubed K-Mart telescope my wife bought me one Christmas years ago when we were dating (um… 35ish years now – gulp). Slowly, my gear has progressed, my tastes matured, and experience started … Continue reading

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The Surgical Strike

Let me start with… in my defense… the weather forecast was for “some rain”, and then a clear night. My backyard has limits when it comes to astrophotography. There’s just enough sky to get some R&D type work done, some … Continue reading

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You’ve Got Some Nice Data

Regardless of your craft or art form, the best way to know you’re improving over time is to look back at something you did a few years ago and feel a since of… Wow, I could do so much better … Continue reading

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The Evening Show

Addendum: This book is also now available on Kindle. I just released on iBooks my first digital book, which is also my first book on Astrophotography. I’ve long been an opponent of self-publishing, and now that I’ve done it, does … Continue reading

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