My 80mm APO rig in a rented Roll off Roof at Emirates Astronomical Observatory for remote imaging.
Telescope: Esprit 80mm APO
Mount: Skywatcher AZEQ6
Filters: Antlia 36mm LRGB & SHO(3nm)
Filter wheel: ZWO 7x36mm
Focuser: ZWO EAF
OAG: ZWO OAG with ZWO 224MC as a guide camera
Powerbox: Pegasus Pocket Powerbox Advanced
Mini PC: Beelink Gemini T34
GSO truss tube 16" aperture delivers amazing views of deep space. I use this telescope for observational astronomy and planetary astrophotography.
I use this telescope to capture Deep Sky Objects. With the three-element air-spaced objective lens design, false color is completely eliminated, yielding exceptional contrast and sharpness.
I use this telescope to capture mostly galaxies with 0.67 reducer
This is my first purchase towards my dream! I started Observational Astronomy and Astrophotography with this baby. This telescope is very close to my heart.
Since 2020 June 21st eclipse I'v been using daystar quark for Solar imaging. Its been amazing so far.
I bought a used mount and paired it with my 80mm APO for Deep Sky Imaging
This little tracker is my first proper tracking mount for Deep Sky Astrophotography, I learnt many things and captured many pictures with this tracker since 2016.
It is a dedicated solar telescope, however it has got some issues with the internal filters. I'm looking forward to fix the issues soon.
I occasionally use this telescope for Public outreach events
This was my first Computerized telescope, after few months motors stopped working so i dismantled the scope and took the Optical tube assembly and modified it for Astrophotography.
One of the best binoculars that I have ever used in my life, it is super sharp and crystal clear.
Made a very cheap Parallelogram with the help of my carpenter. Overall cost without the tripod was only 10$ USD
It is a Longer focal length setup (1084mm FL) to capture galaxies, nebulae and globular clusters.
It is a Medium focal length setup (400mm FL) to capture big nebulae, big galaxies, and open star cluster.
It is a very wide-angle setup (135mm FL) for mostly very wide Nebulae.
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