Amateur ing maker telescope
Amateur telescope making is the activity of building telescopes as a hobby , as opposed to being a paid professional. Amateur telescope makers sometimes called ATMs build their instruments for personal enjoyment of a technical challenge, as a way to obtain an inexpensive or personally customized telescope, or as a research tool in the field of astronomy. Amateur telescope makers are usually a sub-group in the field of amateur astronomy. Ever since Galileo took a Dutch invention and adapted it to astronomical use, astronomical telescope making has been an evolving discipline. Many astronomers after the time of Galileo built their own telescopes out of necessity, but the advent of amateurs in the field building telescopes for their own enjoyment and education seems to have come into prominence in the 20th century.
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Notes from an Amateur Telescope Maker’s Journal, Part 1
Amateur telescope making - Wikipedia
There now some slightly bigger telescopes in the Pacific area. It is said to be one of the largest telescopes in the Pacific area. The f-6 mirror was donated by a government employee who ground it himself, taking six months for the job. The scope is of all-steel construction and weighs 3, pounds.
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Amateur telescope making
A home-made equatorial wedge used with an off-the-shelf telescope, just one of the ways you can improve your telescope experiences. Credit: Dale Jacobs. Amateur astronomer Dale Jacobs will be sharing his experiences in using everyday items to build or enhance telescopes.
F irst, some history about how the Amateur Telescope Making books came to be. In the early s a naturally curious fellow, Albert Ingalls, happened to read an article in an obscure magazine by an even more curious fellow, Russell Porter. The article was about the "Poor Man's" telescope and told the story of how a group of Vermont villagers built their own reflecting telescopes.
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