thealien666 wrote:Hello and welcome HicoMe (aka Heiko) !
Thanx, nice to be here.
thealien666 wrote:It's the first time I've seen someone playing slap bass on a Moog !
Cool, isn´t it? I´ve created a new synth playing-technique. Works only on Moog Synthesizers.
thealien666 wrote:And you certainly have a captivating "other hobby" !
Yes I have, but it´s also very costly ...
EricK wrote:That is one helluva scope.
What is helluva (mean)? Manufacturer of my big scope is Meade.
Voltor07 wrote:I've found that reflector telescopes do not give as high quality of an image as a reflector telescope, but what do I know? The extent of my knowledge is from Astronomy Club in high school.
You mean as an refractor (lens) scope. That´s not really correct. A scope with lenses brings chromatic aberration, which a reflector didn´t have. Or you have a reflector scope with a (nearly 99%) correction of this fault. But such a scope with the same power (in light collection), which depends on the diameter of the mirror (reflector) respectively lens (refractor), costs very much more then a reflector scope. What do you think, why the professional astronomers build the big scopes as a reflector?