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Channel Title : Telescope Red

Views : 1688997

Likes : 13077

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Published Date : 2018-05-18T09:08:22.000Z

Aastha Gill - Buzz feat Badshah | Priyank Sharma | Remix Music Video This is a remix video and created just for entertainment purpose. Dance choreographers and their youtube channels are: 1. Dytto: https://www.youtube.com/user/iamdytto 2. Team Naach: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwd-Oa3SpLAwZWqZJBQdEpw Video editing : Team Telescope Red Original Song: Buzz
    

Channel Title : Telescope Red

Views : 12843638

Likes : 107447

DisLikes : 7600

Published Date : 2017-12-11T12:51:11.000Z

IIT Delhi Dance feat. Sheetal Pery - Indian Dytto on Tip Tip Barsa Pani Beautiful Girl Dance | Choreography I do not claim to own the video or the music and they belong to their respective creators... Video manipulation by DJ Abhishek
    

Channel Title : Telescope Red

Views : 3730544

Likes : 44048

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Published Date : 2018-04-03T11:24:15.000Z

Daru Badnaam | Kamal Kahlon & Param Singh | Official Video | Latest Punjabi Viral Songs This punjabi music video is remixed by telescope team for entertainment purpose only. We intend to give all the credits to respective creator. Dance choreography credits: Dance fit team: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVCaRnqXOgQQ5-Wkty5RRPQ Skeleton Dance crew: https://www.youtube.com/user/SkeletonDanceCrew Music Credits Daru Badnaam | Kamal Kahlon & Param Singh
    

Channel Title : Telescope Red

Views : 95547

Likes : 1388

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Published Date : 2018-06-07T13:48:01.000Z

Tareefan | Veere Di Wedding | QARAN Ft. Badshah | Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Swara & Shikha This is remix video choreographers: Megha Saini: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQYmTdyZ94U Tanvi Gadkari https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=codYAHwTrJ8 https://www.instagram.com/tanvi__gadkari Janvi Bhatia. https://www.instagram.com/janvi313 PERFORMERS- Tanvi Gadkari. https://www.instagram.com/tanvi__gadkari Janvi Bhatia. https://www.instagram.com/janvi313 Vinette Lobo. https://www.instagram.com/vinette.lobo Soumya Mathur. https://www.instagram.com/soumyess Edited by Telescope red **No copyright infringement intended**
    

Channel Title : Celestron

Views : 71280

Likes : 278

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Published Date : 2014-06-11T22:34:48.000Z

    

Channel Title : Eyes on the Sky

Views : 135672

Likes : 1136

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Published Date : 2012-05-06T12:39:19.000Z

New telescopes come with a couple different types of inexpensive finders - magnifying and non-magnifying ones. In this video, David Fuller of "Eyes on the Sky" takes the viewer through the various types of basic finders, highlighting the benefits and drawbacks of each so the viewer can make a better educated decision when purchasing a new telescope. Also covered is how to align a finderscope with the main telescope, with a visual demonstration of how it might look for the viewer. #withcaptions
    

Channel Title : Solid Gold Aquatics

Views : 2309

Likes : 47

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Published Date : 2013-02-04T08:11:43.000Z

Like my art and want to purchase some? Click here! https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCuriousButterfly?section_id=13745494 I can do custom-order portraits of your fish (any type of fish, not just goldfish) too! Just send me a message (either here on YouTube or on Facebook) for more info and pricing if you're interested. You can see all my drawings here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.321911881252075.69887.264470313662899&type=3 In this video, I'm drawing a cute black & red telescope goldfish as a custom-order for someone! Materials used are: pencil, colored pencil, and marker. It took about 45 minutes to make. Click to subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=flashofpink Like Solid Gold on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldfish Follow Solid Gold on Twitter! https://twitter.com/solid_gold_fish Check out Solid Gold's blog! http://www.solidgoldfish.com Music Track Info: "Waltz - Tchaikovsky Op.40" recorded by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
    

Channel Title : Orion Telescopes & Binoculars

Views : 29728

Likes : 98

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Published Date : 2011-06-29T20:35:31.000Z

Simple, affordable, and effective red dot sighting device makes aiming your telescope a cinch! PRODUCT PAGES: For our US and Canadian customers - http://bit.ly/20cegTF For our UK customers - http://bit.ly/1RbP4Gh For our English-speaking EU customers - http://bit.ly/1XD6x27 Pour nos clients français - http://bit.ly/20ceTfZ Für unsere deutschen Kunden - http://bit.ly/1WETzBW Para nuestros clientes españoles - http://amzn.to/1suZlZQ Per i nostri clienti italiani - http://amzn.to/27FbprX Take confusion and frustration out of the aiming equation with the Orion EZ Finder II Reflex Sight. It's a non-magnifying sighting device that superimposes a tiny, LED-powered red dot, focused at infinity, on the sky. After a simple initial alignment procedure, the red dot, which is centered in a wide window with a 10° field of view, shows exactly where your telescope is pointed. Just place the red dot on the area you want to investigate with the attached telescope, and you're done! The brightness of the red dot is adjustable to suit your preference. Thumbwheels allow fine positioning of the dot horizontally and vertically for precise alignment with the main telescope. You can install the EZ Finder II on virtually any telescope, be it a refractor, reflector, or Cassegrain. The Orion EZ Finder II comes equipped with a dovetail bracket that fits the quick-release dovetail mounting base on many Orion telescopes. The bracket provides enough height for extra clearance from the optical tube for easier viewing access. For installation on other telescopes, a dovetail base can be purchased separately. To be notified when new videos are added to our growing library of stargazer how-to videos, subscribe to the Orion channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/oriontelescopes/ Visit http://www.telescope.com to find high quality products for amateur astronomers. If you have any questions about any of our telescopes, binoculars, or accessories, please don't hesitate to contact one of our trained and knowledgeable customer service representatives. http://www.telescope.com/custserv/contactus.jsp To learn more about Astronomy, please visit the Orion community where you can find Articles, Images, Videos and More! http://www.telescope.com/catalog/community.jsp Since 1975 Orion Telescopes & Binoculars has been offering telescopes for sale direct to customers, with an unswerving commitment to best quality products, value and unmatched customer care. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee says it all. Orion offers telescopes for every level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert. From our entry level beginner telescopes for amateur astronomers to our Dobsonian telescopes to our most advanced Cassegrain telescopes and accessories, you can find the best telescope for you.
    

Channel Title : CoconutScienceLab

Views : 3706

Likes : 27

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Published Date : 2012-08-14T17:51:46.000Z

Visit my website at http://www.junglejoel.com - as matter spins around the black hole, the Doppler effect causes one side of the spinning disk to appear slightly redder, and the other side slightly bluer -than they really are. The wavelength of light is getting squashed towards the shorter blue wavelengths on the side of the disc moving towards us, while the light is stretched out towards the longer red wavelengths on the side moving away. The effect is exaggerated in this computer simulation, which depicts the vicinity of the black hole in the galaxy Messier 87 -one of the first to be studied by the Hubble Space Telescope. Please rate and comment, thanks! Credit: ESA/Hubble (L. Calçada)
    

Channel Title : Bruce Sees all

Views : 1978

Likes : 174

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Published Date : 2018-10-14T03:13:04.000Z

music artist Kevin Macleod goto incompetech.com for his entire collection... Thanks for the interest everyone welcome... High Definition Telescope (14 inches) 3910 focal lengthLive Close Up's of the lunar Surface and it's colourful terrain. Thanks for the support... http://myevent.com/bruceseesall
    

Channel Title : CelestronDeutschland

Views : 765

Likes : 3

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Published Date : 2016-12-14T11:44:40.000Z

    

Channel Title : J.W.Astronomy

Views : 612598

Likes : 4863

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Published Date : 2017-10-01T10:05:50.000Z

---------Cameras and Gear Used To Shoot This Video ------- Telescope: http://amzn.to/2AgfxUi Mount: http://amzn.to/2i7ktpL Camera: https://amzn.to/2Ltbw2V Planetary Cam: https://amzn.to/2M6UmJz Barlow Lense: https://amzn.to/2Lq6Z1p DISCLAIMER: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and buy anything on Amazon, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In this video you can see how I set up my skywatcher Newtonian telescope to have a look at the moon. Unfortunately I couldn't capture Saturn due to bad weather conditions. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/j.w.astronomy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jwastronomy/ Website: http://jwastronomy.com/ To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com
    

Channel Title : vickie2289

Views : 27740

Likes : 126

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Published Date : 2012-05-30T06:13:28.000Z

This video is an up close look at those big, bright, sparkly light orbs in the sky that pretend to be a star. This one is red, white and blue. As I look at it with my eyes it looks like a large, extra twinkly star but it moves. On my telescope it's clearly not a star. It looks like some kind of craft. These “stars” orbit the earth. Real stars stay in one place and the earth rotates around them but these stars actually orbit our planet. They are the first thing seen in the sky long before real stars can be seen. Many times they will be below high altitude cloud cover so it’s obvious they are NOT REAL STARS. NORAD pretends as if they are not there. MUFON has investigated and could not identify them. The investigator from MUFON called the military base close to the investigation site and they pretended not to see anything. This is while most of the people in this tiny Missouri town and the MUFON investors were all looking at it with high powered binoculars. In my own observation, I have begun to see more and more over the years. Over the years I have changed my mind many times as to what they might be. I now firmly believe they were put up there by humans and can likely be used in several ways. I don’t feel comfortable voicing what my intuition tells me they are but let me say they are NOT placed up there for our benefit. © This video is copyrighted and owned solely by the channel owner. It cannot be used for any reason without permission.
    

Channel Title : Errol

Views : 46295

Likes : 98

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Published Date : 2016-04-29T20:33:54.000Z

I recently purchased the Meade Infinity 90mm AZ Telescope and received a DVD with a video and Star software. The video was so exciting & enticing that I decided to upload it so all can see how to setup and go about using any portable Telescope. Indexed for quick and easy reference. Contents: 00:06 - WELCOME TO THE MEADE TRAINING SERIES 00:57 - PARTS 02:06 - ASSEMBLE YOUR TRIPOD 03:50 - ATTACH THE TRAY TO THE TRIPOD 05:45 - ATTACH THE MOUNT 08:04 - BALANCE THE TELESCOPE 09:06 - RED DOT VIEWFINDER 09:42 -THE DIAGONAL AND EYEPIECES 11:30 - THE BARLOW LENS 12:10 - ALIGN THE RED DOT VIEWFINDER 12:46 - MOVING THE TELESCOPE MOUNT 13:52 - WARNING NOTE: LOOKING AT THE SUN 14:15 - FOCUSING THE TELESCOPE 14:54 - FIRST LIGHT 15:55 - POLAR ALIGNMENT 17:47 - SET THE LATITUDE 18:10 - CENTER POLARIS IN THE RED DOT VIEWFINDER 19:03 - ACCESSORIES 20:49 - RB-60 21:23 - ATTACH THE TRAY 21:45 - ATTACH THE MOUNT TO THE TRIPOD 22:45 - ATTACH THE DIAGONAL MIRROR AND EYEPIECE 23:39 - THE ENDING CREDITS
    

Channel Title : Penn Tool Co.

Views : 2767

Likes : 11

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Published Date : 2012-08-24T17:51:49.000Z

http://www.penntoolco.com/catalog/products/products.cfm?categoryID=11534 The Red Planet Series RP-100 is a Newtonian Reflector telescope. It's large 76mm diameter reflecting mirror captures plenty of light for crisp, bright images and startling detail. The RP-100 features a high-quality, heavy duty aluminum tripod and a U-Mount with slow motion controls for easy tracking of specific stars, planets and constellations. Use the Red Planet telescopes to view the Rings of Saturn, the Moons of Jupiter and much more.
    

Channel Title : Age Gladi

Views : 10508

Likes : 37

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Published Date : 2017-09-04T13:46:25.000Z

    

Channel Title : CarsonOptical

Views : 3686

Likes : 6

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Published Date : 2011-12-27T14:19:30.000Z

The RP-300 is a Reflector telescope from the all new Red Planet Line by Carson. This telescope is great for anyone interested in star gazing. Every telescope in the Red Planet Series has deep space capabilities. It features an included sturdy tripod and equitorial mounting system
    

Channel Title : CBS Los Angeles

Views : 2973

Likes : 15

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Published Date : 2017-02-07T21:18:01.000Z

The death of the red giant star was about 5,000 light years away. Juan Fernandez reports.
    

Channel Title : coasterchick577

Views : 35463

Likes : 74

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Published Date : 2012-09-22T18:45:22.000Z

Many of you wanted to know what the red dot on the telescope was, so I found out the answer and figured I would post on here for everyone else.
    

Channel Title : Geek.com

Views : 6335

Likes : 19

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Published Date : 2014-07-28T16:35:51.000Z

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_salcangeloso.RedVision Our own Sal Cangeloso created an app: RedVision. It's a red flashlight, also known as a telescope flashlight, that uses your Android phone's (or tablet's) display to produce varying amounts of red light. It also can use only the backlight to provide light through a black display (very little light) or move to maximum light (white display). Using a red flashlight will protect your night vision, which is perfect for people that work in the dark, for example if you are doing some astronomy and need light to make a telescope adjustment but don't want to lose your ability to see in the dark.
    

Channel Title : Wochit News

Views : 3014

Likes : 10

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Published Date : 2018-02-09T20:50:01.000Z

The last photo of "Starman" in Elon Musk's red Tesla Roadster as it flies toward Mars orbit. Earth is the bright crescent seen in the background. Elon Musk/SpaceX via Instagram This week SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy, the most powerful operational rocket in the world. SpaceX founder Elon Musk's Tesla was the payload, helmed by a spacesuit-wearing dummy. The car was launched toward Mars orbit, but Musk said SpaceX had "no plan" to track it on its journey. However, two astronomers managed to photograph the car flying through space more than 50,000 miles beyond the moon. http://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-tesla-roadster-photographed-by-telescope-2018-2 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
    

Channel Title : Orion Telescopes & Binoculars

Views : 409

Likes : 19

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Published Date : 2018-08-24T19:02:24.000Z

Simple, affordable, and effective red dot sighting device makes aiming your telescope a cinch! PRODUCT PAGES: For our US and Canadian customers - http://bit.ly/2P4wgQu For our UK customers - http://bit.ly/2PCcxZA For our English-speaking EU customers - http://bit.ly/2o5L2Ln Pour nos clients français - http://bit.ly/2P3RL3N Für unsere deutschen Kunden - http://bit.ly/2NfszXJ Para nuestros clientes españoles - http://amzn.eu/d/fWPDPid Per i nostri clienti italiani - http://amzn.eu/d/2k0IwGN For a lot of us, aiming a telescope at the right spot in the sky can be challenging. Most standard finder scopes yields a magnified, upside-down image compared to the naked-eye view, which can be confusing if not downright frustrating to use when trying to accurately point a telescope at an object of interest. Take confusion and frustration out of the aiming equation with the Orion EZ Finder II Reflex Sight. It's a non-magnifying sighting device that superimposes a tiny, LED-powered red dot, focused at infinity, on the sky. After a simple initial alignment procedure, the red dot, which is centered in a wide window with a 10° field of view, shows exactly where your telescope is pointed. Just place the red dot on the area you want to investigate with the attached telescope, and you're done! The brightness of the red dot is adjustable to suit your preference. Thumbwheels allow fine positioning of the dot horizontally and vertically for precise alignment with the main telescope. You can install the EZ Finder II on virtually any telescope, be it a refractor, reflector, or Cassegrain. The Orion EZ Finder II comes equipped with a dovetail bracket that fits the quick-release dovetail mounting base on many Orion telescopes. The bracket provides enough height for extra clearance from the optical tube for easier viewing access. For installation on other telescopes, a dovetail base can be purchased separately. View our complete line of Telescope Finder Scopes: http://bit.ly/2o6Mi0L To be notified when new videos are added to our growing library of stargazer how-to videos, subscribe to the Orion channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/oriontelescopes/ Visit http://www.telescope.com to find high quality products for amateur astronomers. If you have any questions about any of our telescopes, binoculars, or accessories, please don't hesitate to contact one of our trained and knowledgeable customer service representatives. http://www.telescope.com/custserv/contactus.jsp To learn more about Astronomy, please visit the Orion community where you can find Articles, Images, Videos and More! http://www.telescope.com/catalog/community.jsp Since 1975 Orion Telescopes & Binoculars has been offering telescopes for sale direct to customers, with an unswerving commitment to best quality products, value and unmatched customer care. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee says it all. Orion offers telescopes for every level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert. From our entry level beginner telescopes for amateur astronomers to our Dobsonian telescopes to our most advanced Cassegrain telescopes and accessories, you can find the best telescope for you.
    

Channel Title : CarsonOptical

Views : 3389

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Published Date : 2011-12-08T19:06:03.000Z

The Red Plaet Series from Carson is a new line of telescopes designed for seeing into deep space. In this video we go over the different models and mounts that we offer. For further details check back for individual videos on the: RP-100 RP-200 RP-300 RP-400
    

Channel Title : Alan Cash Video

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Published Date : 2017-05-06T01:44:37.000Z

    

Channel Title : CarsonOptical

Views : 1998

Likes : 7

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Published Date : 2011-12-20T21:26:43.000Z

The RP-200 is a Refractor telescope from the all new Red Planet Line by Carson. This telescope is great for anyone interested in star gazing. Every telescope in the Red Planet Series has deep space capabilities. It features an included sturdy tripod and alt-az / Horizon mounting system
    

Channel Title : Close Encounters UFO

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Published Date : 2018-02-21T11:26:16.000Z

Close Encounters UFO Providing News about UFO, UFO Sightings, Aliens, Extraterrestrial life, Space, Science, Astronomy, Technology, Archaeology and Conspiracy Theories from Around the World. Watch Daily Updates and News from Around the Web! Email us YOUR footage and help us Continue the work with the Channel. Disclosure Coming Soon! ➨E-mail us with your ideas & footage: closeencountersufo@gmail.com NASA | Measuring Mars Ancient Ocean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH8kHncLZwM Detection of Methane and Water Vapor in Mars Atmosphere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=17&v=EjiDqcw5O0M ⇩⇩ SOCIAL MEDIA ⇩⇩ ----------------------------------------­------------------ FACEBOOK → https://www.facebook.com/CloseEncountersUFO/ TWITTER → https://twitter.com/CloseEncounter7 FUTURENET → https://goo.gl/vuz1aY ►My Website → http://closeencountersufo.blogspot.com/ ►This article was originally published by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Read the original article → https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2018/nasas-james-webb-space-telescope-to-reveal-secrets-of-the-red-planet ⇩⇩ VIDEO PLAYLISTS ⇩⇩ ----------------------------------------­------------------ Planet Earth: https://goo.gl/IvZ4oU Famous UFO Cases: https://goo.gl/mf3WQA Conspiracy Theories: https://goo.gl/4LCToU UFOs and Aliens News: https://goo.gl/vAEHsM UFO Researchers & UFO Whistleblowers Interviews: https://goo.gl/cinlvz Space News: https://goo.gl/TlWAtg Science, Technology, Archaeology and Astronomy: https://goo.gl/Ibmxbg Strange, Weird and Unexplained Mysteries: https://goo.gl/dx3VPs Exploring Mars Anomalies: https://goo.gl/vcUymw ⇩⇩ COPYRIGHTS ⇩⇩ ----------------------------------------­------------------ ALL footage used is either done under the express permission of the original owner, or is public domain and falls under rules of Fair Use. If you noticed a video that violates your COPYRIGHTS, then please inform us and we will DELETE it.
    

Channel Title : silah ve otomobil

Views : 7229

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Published Date : 2016-07-25T22:35:47.000Z

Celestron Power Seeker 127 EQ Telescope Mars The Red Planet
    

Channel Title : Solid Gold Aquatics

Views : 16000

Likes : 93

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Published Date : 2010-11-19T13:56:34.000Z

This female red butterfly telescope goldfish is 6.75 inches in total length. There are three common eye types for telescope goldfish; flat, dome, and globe. She has the flat eye type. The eyes protrude, but have flat surfaces. For more about telescope butterfly goldfish, see this link: http://solid-gold-fish.blogspot.com/2011/11/introduction-to-butterfly-telescope.html Subscribe to my channel for more goldfish videos and information! Like Solid Gold on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldfish Follow Solid Gold on Twitter! https://twitter.com/solid_gold_fish Check out Solid Gold's blog! http://www.solid-gold-fish.blogspot.com/
    

Channel Title : Ohellable

Views : 1568

Likes : 15

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Published Date : 2013-04-18T14:10:24.000Z

[ Theme song: New Soul - Yeal Naim ] My fish is may not perfect but I can love them perfectly.
    

Channel Title : Inter's Odyssey

Views : 18948

Likes : 137

DisLikes : 22

Published Date : 2017-06-05T18:55:21.000Z

NASA JPL video on Neowise: https://youtu.be/uGKY-XzFeNU
    

Channel Title : CarsonOptical

Views : 2741

Likes : 3

DisLikes : 1

Published Date : 2011-12-14T16:27:53.000Z

The RP-100 is a Reflector telescope from the all new Red Planet Line by Carson. This telescope is great for anyone interested in star gazing. Every telescope in the Red Planet Series has deep space capabilities. It features an included sturdy tripod and alt-az mounting system.
    

Channel Title : FishfulaFish

Views : 955

Likes : 5

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Published Date : 2010-01-23T21:58:04.000Z

The telescope eye or demekin is a fancy goldfish characterized by its protruding eyes. It is also known as globe eye or dragon eye goldfish. Except for its enlarged projecting eyes, the demekin is similar to the ryukin. It has a deep body and long flowing fins. Demekins are available in red, red-and-white, calico, black-and-white, chocolate, blue, lavender, chocolate-and-blue and black coloration. They may either have metallic or nacreous scales. Telescope eyes can grow quite large.
    

Channel Title : Jeff Stewart

Views : 6460

Likes : 20

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Published Date : 2012-04-20T02:33:13.000Z

POSSIBLE SPOILERS! In this room, there's at least one "undocumented" artifact. I found that artifact, but there seems to be more to this long, LONG code. Here's the pattern I come up with, with 1 = lower-left light and 0 = upper-right light. It's a 96-bit, 12-byte code: 10101101 10101011 10110011 10101011 10110011 10101011 10101101 10101011 10101101 10101011 10110011 10101011 In big-endian decimals: 173 171 179 171 179 171 173 171 173 171 179 171 In little-endian decimal: 181 213 205 213 205 213 181 213 181 213 205 213 Then to extended ASCII: ╡╒═╒═╒╡╒╡╒═╒ Call me crazy because I've been playing Fez, but this seems significant.
    

Channel Title : Solid Gold Aquatics

Views : 40696

Likes : 552

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Published Date : 2015-05-19T03:06:54.000Z

STILL AVAILABLE: SG002 Red Short-Tail Telescope SG015 Red Butterfly Telescope SG025 Red/White Short-Tail Telescope PURCHASE HERE: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solid-Gold-Butterflies/1520009634951243?ref=bookmarks NEW VIDEOS MONDAYS! Subscribe → http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=flashofpink Blog → http://www.solidgoldfish.com Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldfish Instagram → http://instagram.com/jennifer.lynx Twitter → https://twitter.com/solid_gold_fish Support on Patreon → https://www.patreon.com/solidgoldfish Solid Gold's Tip Jar → http://www.goo.gl/TX7kHj
    

Channel Title : krisDM3000

Views : 2136

Likes : 11

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Published Date : 2010-09-03T11:48:26.000Z

This is how you can see Jupiter through my telescope. Zo kun je Jupiter zien door mijn telescoop. Ceci est Jupiter vu à travers mon télescope. So könnst du Jupiter sehen durch mein Teleskop. Here's another Jupiter video with the Great Red Spot present again. The image at the end of the video is a stacked image made with Registax. The Great Red Spot is a giant hurricane about 2 to 3 times the size of Earth. Since its discovery, about 300 years ago, it has been continuously whirling. Telescope details: """""""""""""""""""""""""" Omegon Telescope EQ2 Mount (Newtonian Reflector) Focal Length = 920 mm (= 36 inch) Mirror Diameter = 130 mm (= 5 inch) Focal length used eyepiece: 10 mm (= 0,4 inch) Also used a 2x Barlow Lens Magnifications: 92x, 184x Filter used: Baader Planetarium Contrast Booster =================================== Digital Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-W350
    

Channel Title : Solid Gold Aquatics

Views : 3701

Likes : 52

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Published Date : 2013-01-15T17:31:14.000Z

Like my art and want to purchase a drawing or print of your own? Click here! https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCuriousButterfly?section_id=13745494 In this video, I'm drawing my red/white butterfly telescope goldfish, named Felix. Materials used are: pencil, colored pencil, and white nail polish (to make the breeding tubercles). I can do custom-order portraits of your fish (any type of fish, not just goldfish) too! Just send me a message for more info and pricing if you're interested. :) Click to subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=flashofpink Like Solid Gold on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldfish Follow Solid Gold on Twitter! https://twitter.com/solid_gold_fish Check out Solid Gold's blog! http://www.solidgoldfish.com Music Track Info: "Sovereign" by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
    

Channel Title : New Astronomer

Views : 174973

Likes : 3053

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Published Date : 2015-07-23T00:24:25.000Z

Aligning your finderscope is pretty easy and you can do this in under 5 minutes depending on how accurate you want it. Before you can align it, you have to make sure that you meet the following conditions: 1. Your finderscope has adjustable knobs. Some telescopes are fixed and therefore do not need to be adjusted. 2. If your finderscope is removable, tighten down the mounting screws to ensure it is solidly in place. 3. You are in clear sight of an object that is at least half a mile away, or about 800 meters. 4. You have eyepieces for your telescope handy. Watch it now and let me know if you have any other advice to improve this process. Clear skies and thanks for watching.
    

Channel Title : animorphs2007

Views : 3113

Likes : 12

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Published Date : 2016-03-22T08:43:38.000Z

Best Beginner Telescope Reviews: Carson Red Planet 50 100x90mm Refractor Telescope Get yours today http://amzn.to/1U3Z2R8 and: http://amzn.to/1PomWz0 Video transcript: Hey guys, this is Doug from Carson, today I’m going to talk to you about how to choose a telescope. Now there are many different types of telescopes out there, so it could get confusing as to which one is best for you. Today I’m going to go over the Red Planet Series and the two different types of telescopes that we carry; the reflector telescopes and refractor telescopes. I’m also going to go over the two types of mounts that we carry as well. A refractor telescope is typically what comes to mind when people hear the word telescope. It has a long traditional tube with a descent size aperture and the eye piece is located on the back. These are very easy to use and durable as well. So if you are looking to travel this will probably be the best one for you. With a reflector telescope you’re getting the highest amount of optical quality for your buck. If you’re someone who is planning on setting this up in your living room, not only does it look great but the image quality is unbeatable. The reflector telescope’s tube is larger than a refractor telescope and also as a larger aperture as well. The bigger the aperture, the more light that comes through, the better image that you’re going to get. What’s really cool about the Red Planet Series is that both the refractor and reflector have the ability to see into deep space. With these telescopes you can see the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn. The most common types of telescope mounts are the altas and equatorial mounts. They both have their advantages to one another. What I have here is an altas mount. An altas mount moves your basic up, down, left and right in motion. What is really cool about the altas mount is its ability to quickly locate an object in the sky. All you really need to do is turn and point the telescope toward an object and you’re good to go. This makes it very good for a beginner and very easy to use. A more advanced and precise type of mount is the equatorial mount. An equatorial mount follows the rotation of the Earth and only requires you to move one axis to track something in the sky. What I really like about the equatorial mount is the way that it is made. For example, if a car drives by while you’re using it because it’s sturdy it’s going to reduce that vibration and allow you to keep track of your object in the sky. This is available on our RP300 and RP400 models. All of our Red Planet Telescopes have the ability to give you a great deep space image, but what matters most is finding the telescope and mount that works best for you. In the future we will making a video for each model breaking down the specifics and telling you how to put them together. I’m Doug from Carson, thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time.
    

Channel Title : CMDR Warpfactor

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Published Date : 2012-12-31T11:02:20.000Z

Jupiter, the largest and mightiest planet in our solar system. It's mass is two and a half times greater than all the other planets combined and has a diameter 11 times larger than the Earth. It is an amazing planet, and a fantastic target for amateur astronomers to observe! This video demonstrates the use of planetary filters to aid in observing different features of the Jovian atmosphere. Typically, a filter of the opposite color of the feature you want enhanced is used. For example, the contrast of the Great Red Spot and the ruddy brown cloud belts can be improved by using a blue filter. You can also experiment with different colors to see what effects they have. Also, be aware of the tint of the filter you are using. It's best to avoid darker filters if you are using a small aperture telescope, as the darker tints will block a large portion of light.
    

Channel Title : Ksyusha Ioa Channel

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Published Date : 2018-08-17T05:59:59.000Z

"Bloody" Mars! The Red Planet is clearly visible even without telescope! I saw it after my ovserving of the Crescent Moon, Venus and Jupiter "Arch"! August 15, 2018 Greece, Athens
    

Channel Title : Solid Gold Aquatics

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Published Date : 2011-05-12T03:13:58.000Z

This male butterfly telescope was purchased from Dandy Orandas through the Goldfish Connection auctions (goldfishconnection.com). This is my all-time favorite fish, I think he is just gorgeous and perfect! Thus, I use him as my youtube avatar! :) Subscribe to my channel for more goldfish videos and information! Like Solid Gold on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldfish Follow Solid Gold on Twitter! https://twitter.com/solid_gold_fish Check out Solid Gold's blog! http://www.solid-gold-fish.blogspot.com/
    

Channel Title : Jasper Voss

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Published Date : 2017-04-15T17:57:43.000Z

Jupiter's Red Spot through my 8" Telescope. This footage was taken on March 14, around 11 pm. The video was stacked and processed in Registax 6. Equipment: Telescope: Orion 8" Reflector Mount: Orion Skyview Pro EQ Mount Lens: 3x Barlow, and 10mm Plossl Eyepiece Camera: Canon EOS T5i with Eyepiece Projection
    

Channel Title : Terminique

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Published Date : 2018-03-15T23:02:48.000Z

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Channel Title : Ali Rostom LARID

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Published Date : 2016-06-17T03:31:59.000Z

J'ai créé cette vidéo à l'aide de l'application de montage de vidéos YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/editor).
    

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Published Date : 2014-03-10T11:57:01.000Z

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