My Astronomical Eyepiece Collection

Short video to show the different eyepieces and how I store them safely.

Comments

Luis Tavarez says:

If i have two same mm eyepieces, one with 52AFV and other with 66AFV. The imagen on the EP with 66AFV will be brighter? (I bought the 6mm wide angle eyepiece, can wait to try it on Saturn and Jupiter.)

Thank you

shlibber says:

If you haven’t got one I urge you to get a zoom eyepiece, so useful. I’ve got the Meade 4000 8-24. As an accessory for a grab and go scope or for showing people general views or just a general scan of the sky its indispensable.

shlibber says:

I’m related to Jesse Ramsden the 18th C astronomer but ramsdens are one of the few eyepieces I have no experience with. I’d like to get one for sentimental reasons but I’d like it to be a good one can anyone suggest one?

EJL2004 says:

Just bought a Celestron Luminos 10mm to replace the 10mm plossal! Can’t wait for it to arrive.

Theon Miller says:

Great video. Just started out with a skywatcher 130p, so have the standard 2 eyepieces. The Stanley tool case is a great idea. Can I ask where you got the foam from?

SPACETV says:

Great videos mate! We’ve added your videos to the Amateur Astronomy section of our site. Please check it out and let us know if you have any questions or feedback. Cheers 🙂

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