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Solar Astronomy Bonanza
To say we’ve had some GREAT weather recently would be an understatement. In fact, solar astronomy has been a Solar Astronomy BONANZA! Over the last […]
Where To Begin in Astronomy
People ask me all the time… where should I start in astronomy. Check out my newest addition in my online video series to find the answer.
A Space-tastic web series introduction video is online.
Astronomy Video Series Launch
A Long Time Coming, Space Enthusiast Matt Harbison introduces his new astronomy video series aimed at beginning astronomers and astrophotographers. This video series aims to educate and instruct beginners on the very first steps of their journey into the astronomy world.
Some Assembly Required
Links from the “Some Assembly Required” Presentation.
Equipment Review: Rowan AZ100
The Rowan AZ100 is among the pinnacle of Alt/AZ mounts, and depending on your needs, it may be the pinnacle.
Photons bounced around in this alien star for a hundred thousand years or so…
ORION – A Completed Project
A Giant 2.5 Gigapixel image of the Orion Constellation by Matt Harbison.
The Marathon Sky Survey
A new project begins…
The Deep Dark Sky
Here come the cool crisp fall nights! For the last few weeks I’ve been working on a portion of the Constellation Cygnus. Specifically a 12 […]
Just Out of the Visible Spectrum
I’m having so much fun on my new (to me) telescope system. Not only is it FAST- it’s WIDE! Giant swaths of the sky are […]
A 20 Hour Drive
We made it. The annual February maintenance trip to MaRIO is underway as we arrived early yesterday morning. We uninstalled two telescopes and then installed […]
Yes I did. I had grand plans. Recently I finished a five year project in Orion. On the way to completion I had many problems and […]
Testing the new logo….
Still adjusting but getting closer…
One Site to Gather Them All…
After years of absence online, I’ve set out to consolidate all of my content across platforms and also offer new content in one location. I […]