RE: night vision

From: Paul Grace (paulgrace@lookoutranch.com)
Date: Thu Oct 20 2011 - 15:54:43 UTC

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    I have, I use a Collins eyepiece (http://www.ceoptics.com/) for some
    observing, and it dramatically increases the number of sats seen.  But it is
    grainy, so it has limited uses.
    
    -----Original Message-----
    From: seesat-l-bounces+paulgrace=lookoutranch.com@satobs.org
    [mailto:seesat-l-bounces+paulgrace=lookoutranch.com@satobs.org] On Behalf Of
    Roger
    Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 8:00 AM
    To: SeeSat-L
    Subject: night vision
    
    Has anybody had the opportunity to try out night vision goggles for
    satellite observing?
    
    I was watching a program on TV the other day, they had some shots looking
    through some NV goggles (trying not to type googles).   I recognized a very
    bright Pleiades system and realized the goggles might help out seeing faint
    objects.   I've never looked through a pair, but the view could be grainy
    (not sure if the grainyness is a video recorder byproduct or the goggle
    problem.)
    
    
    -- 
    Roger
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