I have little smaller lens in my cell phone! Great capture! LIKE! Happy week-end and great personal photos for to take, Joni
"The main telescope of NAO - Rozhen is a 2 meter reflector, optical system Ritchey-Chretien-Coude, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena. This is still the biggest telescope in South-East Europe. To the telescope equipment belong: a dual channel focal reducer (F/2.8), CCD Photometrics (1024x1024, px = 24µm) and CCD VersArray 1330B (1340x1300, px =24 µm). Both CCD cameras are nitrogen cooled. The second CCD camera has been sponsored to NAO- Rozhen by UNESCO-ROSTE. In the Ritchey - focus (F/8) direct frames could be obtained with limiting stellar magnitude 22m. In the Coude - focus (F/36) spectra could be obtained with 3 different cameras: 18A/mm, 9A/mm and 4A/mm. The spectral resolution is ~ 30000.
The second telescope of NAO-Rozhen is a dedicated photometric telescope, 60 cm Cassagrain. It is equipped with an USB, photon-counting, single-channel, computer-controlled photometer. The third telescope of NAO-Rozhen is 50/70 cm Schmidt telescope for wide-field observations This telescope is equipped with an SBIG ST8 CCD camera." Joni, that's moreinfo about it,if you are interested in. Have a nice weekend, greetings from Sofia, Nora
Thanks for thorough information! I have seen sometime the document of this in TV now that you told, I remember. Have a nice week-end too, dear, Nora!
И полезна информация!
Kedves Laura, már folytak az átadások amikor ott jártam. Szép ez a teleszkóp, képe nincs róla?
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Photo taken in Bulgarian National Astronomical Observatory Rozhen, 8612, 4871, Bulgaria
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