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He and Abraham built the compact, oven-sized telescope in 2012 at New Mexico Skies, an observatory in Mayhill, N.
The compact, oven-sized telescope named Dragonfly was built in 2012 at New Mexico Skies, an observatory in Mayhill, N.
Chris Longthorn's stunning image was taken during a 2011 visit to New Mexico Skies, where he hired a 16-inch (40cm) Meade SCT and SBIG ST2000XCM camera combination.
For nine days in October, the New Mexico skies are painted as hundreds of balloons lift off from Albuquerque's Balloon Fiesta Park.
Speakers at the meeting included the Director, who gave his review of the Section year and showed a selection of images received, Bob Winter on the death of stars, Robin Leadbeater on the spectra of dying stars, Owen Brazell on new planetary nebulae, Chris Longthorn on observing from New Mexico Skies, Andrew Robertson on building and using a large Dobsonian telescope and David Boyd on the behaviour of Gyulbudaghian's Nebula and PV Cephei.
For nine days every October, the New Mexico skies are filled with color as 600+ balloons float over Albuquerque's high desert landscape.
Stewart Moore: a review of the deep sky year Robin Leadbeater: the spectra of dying stars Bob Winter: the death of stars Martin Lunn: dating Cassiopeia A and its implications Chris Longthorn: observing from New Mexico skies Andrew Robertson: building and using a large Dobsonian telescope
For nine days every October, the New Mexico skies are filled with color as hundreds of balloons float over Albuquerque.