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Old 03-10-2018, 06:00 PM
Graeme Bluestar (Graeme)
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Graeme Bluestar is offline
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Oakey, Australia
Posts: 28
I have been carrying out double star measurement for the last ten years using various cameras/scopes for imaging, and Reduc for the measurements. Over that time a number of my results papers have been published in both the Journal of Double Star Observations(USA), and the Webb Society Double Star Section Circular (UK). I have also been involved in the discovery of three new pairs.
If you are interested in taking the next step on from enjoying their visual beauty I would be happy to help you where necessary.
After spending some years simply admiring the views with my 6" refractor the bug really bit me and I took the next step of recording and publishing my results.
Filar micrometers are not that common and I found modestly priced cameras etc. were quite suitable. A relatively small $$ outlay can get you on the way to carrying out scientifically valid research.
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