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An Introduction to Electronically-Assisted Astronomy (EAA)

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An Introduction to Electronically-Assisted Astronomy (EAA)

Started by AstronomyConnect on Jun 4, 2018 at 10:45 AM

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  1. AstronomyConnect

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    In this Q&A article, we speak with amateur astronomer Jim Thompson about the basics of electronically-Assisted Astronomy (EAA). EAA is a relatively new and often misunderstood pastime, one that sits somewhere in the continuum between strictly visual observing and hard-core astrophotography.As a long-time EAA aficionadowith a decade of experience, Jim is the perfect guide for observers who are curious about EAA or who may wish to actively move into this rewarding branch of amateur astronomy.

    Click here to read the full article.

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    This is a great article.
    I stated before in another thread, I have the Micro and my friend has a Loadstar.
    This is a great solution for light polluted areas like mine.
    I see things that I would never see in a EP with my camera.
    With my CG5 mount and any of my scopes I can now actually see the stuff listed on the hand controller.
     
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