Author Archives: Richard Wright

Top 10 Rules for Star Party Etiquette

Summer has peaked and the days are slowly getting shorter, and the nights longer. Cool weather, and long nights on the horizon means star party season for me, and in fact I’m heading up to a Star Party in West … Continue reading

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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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