Planetary and High-Resolution

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    Comparative Resolution Test (2)
    Here are the results of a comparative test I did with one vs. two-eyed observation on various close double stars. The winner is obvious...
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    Alpha Herculis (binoscope)
    Ras Algethi (Alpha HER) is a woonderful double star that I saw as orange for the main star and green for its companon.
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    Kappa Herculis (Nexus 100)
    Kappa Herculis is an easy double with remarkable colours. The thing is... it's not a double at all because in reality the fainter star lies 100 light-years…
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    Gamma AND (18in Dobson)
    Almach, or Gamma Andromedae, is truly a lovely double star. Not just because the two components are relatively close to one another, but also because of their…
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    Alpha CMi (binoscope)
    Procyon, the brightest star in Canis Minor, must be one of the most difficult double stars that can be resolved with amateur telescopes due to the enormous…
  • Comparative Resolution Test (2)
    Here are the results of a comparative test I did with one vs. two-eyed observation on various close double stars. The winner is obvious...
  • Alpha Herculis (binoscope)
    Ras Algethi (Alpha HER) is a woonderful double star that I saw as orange for the main star and green for its companon.
  • Kappa Herculis (Nexus 100)
    Kappa Herculis is an easy double with remarkable colours. The thing is... it's not a double at all because in reality the fainter star lies 100 light-years…
  • Gamma AND (18in Dobson)
    Almach, or Gamma Andromedae, is truly a lovely double star. Not just because the two components are relatively close to one another, but also because of their…
  • Alpha CMi (binoscope)
    Procyon, the brightest star in Canis Minor, must be one of the most difficult double stars that can be resolved with amateur telescopes due to the enormous…
  • 1 ARI (18in Dobson)
    Here’s a nice double star, 1 ARI: magnitude 6,0 and 7,5 with a distance of only 3 arcseconds.