9/6/2014 – Sunset at Wagman Observatory – By Nate Brandt
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Thursday night at Wagman was one of the most transparent nights I’ve ever seen at Wagman. The MW was easily visible and dipping further into the south than usual. I took a few pictures around the observatory to try and show how nice the view was. Regards, Nate Brandt
08/10/2014 – During a full moon night at Wagman Observatory I decided to play with the Brashear Refractor and determine requirements for extension tubes and other adapters to reach focus with a small chip high speed, webcam like, imaging camera for lunar and planetary imaging. As luck would have it,
Hi all! This my image of IC5068 in Cygnus. I saw this image
Nick & Coleen Martch, Mick & MIchael Christeson, Dan Spano, Bill Roemer, Mike Meteney, Michael Skowvron, John Diller, Nate Brandt, Frank Pastin and I observed at Mingo Observatory tonight closing at 10:30 PM. We looked at Sirius, Jupiter including a later shadow transit, M-42, M-46, M-82 w SN about 13.7 mag, M-81, M-97, M-108, M-65, […]