Monthly Archives: December 2008

23 Dec

>MySky Plus under a cloudy sky

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>”It was a dark and stormy night, ” has been the theme across much of the country so far, this winter. That means a lot of Meade MySly Plus sky computers as well as many a Celestron Skyscout have not … Continue reading

18 Dec

>Sky computer information

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>I sometimes play music while doing astronomy. Not too informative, but music never fails to do wonders for my spirit and soul. In the old days, I had to deal with cassette players and then CD players, but now I … Continue reading

16 Dec

>Star map and a MySky Plus

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>Should I get a star map, like the Celestron Sky Map or should I get a sky computer like the Meade MySky Plus or the Celestron Skyscout? Best answer is to get both a star map and a MySky Plus. … Continue reading

12 Dec

>The Award Winning MySky

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> One of the most amazing creations to hit consumers in years, the Meade MySky Plus continues to turn heads as the holidays come along. Both are professional and amateur astronomers are using this skygazing tool to learn more about … Continue reading

11 Dec

>Flashlights with Radios

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> Emergencies are bound to happen, and two of the most important items in an emergency kit are a flashlight and a radio. Opticsplanet offers a selection of radio flashlights to make sure that what is really important during a … Continue reading

11 Dec

>Computerized Telescopes

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> One of the most astounding innovations in telescope technology has been the addition of computer interfaces, bringing a huge advancement to the world of reflector and refractor telescopes. Computerized telescopes bring the user directly to virtually any object in … Continue reading

11 Dec

>Traveling with a My Sky Plus

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>One of the most overlooked features of a handheld sky computer, like the Celestron Skyscout or the Meade Mysky Plus is portability. Going on a trip for the holidays and don’t have room to pack a telescope? Take a Mysky … Continue reading

09 Dec

>My Sky or me?

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>Want to identify constellations in an instant and trace their outline? Want to locate and learn the names of over 100 bright stars and bright stars, quickly and easily? Want to identify and locate many dozens of deep sky objects … Continue reading

04 Dec

>MySky Plus for astronomy

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>”What is that bright light in the evening sky?” is a common question I receive from friends and fellow employees, since everyone knows how passionate I am about astronomy. Sometimes it’s a relatively easy question to answer, if I can … Continue reading

02 Dec

>Accuracy of the MYSky Plus

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>Just a tip when using a meade MySky Plus or a Celestron Skyscout. These handheld computers identify objects more quickly and more accurately when objects are lower to the horizon. This is good news for your neck and back, so … Continue reading