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    Default A helpful primer on eyepieces

    I found this article on eyepieces, a link to which you will find below, helpful at both a basic and intermediate level. Granted, some of the particulars are dated -- the last copyright on the piece is from 2002 -- but the optics information is still germane. I hope someone finds the article worth their time.

    Astronomical Telescope Eyepieces: A Discussion for the Beginner
    MY SETUP: Celestron Nexstar 8SE / SkySync GPS accessory / GSO quartz dielectric 2" diagonal / EYEPIECES: Celestron eyepiece/filter kit; GSO 2" 30mm; Russell Optics 2" 19mm SuperWide Konig XL; Russell Optics 2" 13mm SuperWide Konig; Zhumell 2" Barlow / Telrad finder / POWER: Celestron Powertank 7 / Peak Portable Power System 450 Plus (x2) / Celestron vibration suppression pads / Dew shield / Astro Zap dew strap w/power controller / Connection to laptop via Tripp Lite USA-19HS Hi-Speed USB serial adapter

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