Monthly Archives: June 2014
Symbiosis or Evolution, or maybe a little of both? It doesn’t really matter. If you don’t know what I’m on about in the first sentence then you need not read any further and it won’t ruin your day. Gaia – … Continue reading
Second upgrade for the week that required the earlier upgrade to go ahead 🙂 This time the in-storage Sky 90 and filter-wheel have gone back on. It was taken off over a year ago as I got terrible star shapes … Continue reading
A small upgrade was made to the mini-WASP array this week – can you spot it??
This is a Solstice-to-Solstice solargraph taken at the New Forest Observatory using the REALLY BIG pinhole camera. You can clearly see the two New Forest Observatory domes, and the oval-shaped object in the middle foreground is the top of a … Continue reading
A new course is available at the New Forest Observatory for those wishing to set up their own “Mini-WASP array”.
A lot has happened since the last post on this topic. First off, I decided that rather than putting this lens on the mini-WASP array, I would piggy-back it on the C11 as I did originally. Why? Because otherwise I … Continue reading