Our D1029 diagonals are assembled, adjusted and double tested at Stellarvue for perfect alignment and performance: http://www.stellarvue.com/2-dielectric-star-diagonal/.
It's ring day at Stellarvue! Anyone in the market for guidescope rings? http://www.stellarvue.com/…/ringsandp…/guiderings/guiderings
Sixteen Raptors are getting ready, who's next?http://www.stellarvue.com/stellarvue-102-mm-apo-triplet/
The SVS130 sextuplet astrographs are amazing! The lucky ones who got in early on this run won't be disappointed. We're already planning on the next run... get the details at http://www.stellarvue.com/stellarvue-svs130-astrograph/.
We are busy getting the TSL10 Super Tripods ready to ship. Here you can see Alex showing us what the aluminum looks like before and after machining. The TSL10 is available for pre-order here: http://www.stellarvue.com/stellarvue-tsl10-cherry-super-tripod/
Over the next few weeks we will be finishing our next run of Stellarvue M150 mounts. These are our largest and most stable alt az mount heads.http://www.stellarvue.com/m150-mount/ Preorder now!
Our best selling, top rated 102 Apo is assembled here on a more or less continual basis. Here we see Daniel busy in the machine shop today working on the carbon fiber tube. After we paint the interior, he removes material from the edges prior to bonding the carbon fiber to the aluminum end parts. [...]
On April 18 & 19 Stellarvue will be exhibiting at the Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF) in Suffern, NY. We are co-hosting the OPT/Stellarvue theater this year at NEAF with excellent guest speakers. As usual, we will be selling some great certified pre-owned telescopes at deep discounts. We plan to introduce our new SVS130 130 mm f-5 [...]
Today I milled some very large and beefy braces to serve as support for a vertical breadboard I am mounting on the anti-vibration table. Using a 1/20 wave ULE Flat, I will reflect the laser from the Zygo vertically, through test lenses. This will make it easier to optimize our apo triplets by rotating each [...]
Dave Weixelman captured this amazing shot of Comet Lovejoy on Tuesday night, January 13 in Nevada City, California.Telescope: Stellarvue SV80ST-25FTStellarvue Field FlattenerApogee U8300 cameraExposures were luminance 10 X 60 sec., and 10 X 60 sec for each RGB filter, all binned 2X2. Images were stacked on the comet with images stacked on the stars and [...]