Date Taken: 09/30/2013 Photographer:
Phillip Easton Location: Kenton, OK
Orion Premium 190mm f/5.3 Mak-Newt Astrograph Telescope
Canon EOS Processing: Nebulosity 3, Photoshop 6 Exposure: 25x5 min Other Equipment Used: Orion ShortTube 80 Refractor Telescope Optical Tube Assembly, Orion StarShoot Autoguider Notes: Taken over two nights at Okie-Tex 2013
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This high-performing telescope rivals apochromatic refractors, at a fraction of the price. The Orion 190mm Mak-Newt will deliver crisp and detailed views of deep-sky objects. Attach a camera to capture beautiful images of even the faintest objects.
The Orion ShortTube 80 refractor is perfect being used as a guide scope with a CCD autoguider. It is a compact telescope with wide-field optics that deliver bright images. This OTA version does not include any accessories.
The Orion StarShoot is an easy-to-use, affordable autoguider for long-exposure astrophotography. Plug it into an autoguider port on your mount and let it do the work for you. It comes with the software and cables needed to work right out of the box!
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