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Hubble Optics Around World
Hubble Optic's 1-meter-diameter parabolic mirror reflecting NASA technicians Alex Schaeffer (left) and Eric Norris (right) is in one of Goddard’s high-bay facilities. Read more here
Hubble Optics UL24 and PCO Edge4.2 Gold sCMOS camera, used by NASA's New Horizons team, captured the MU69 occultation. Read more here
"The telescope (Hubble UL24) performed quite well again in Argentina for the MU69 campaign there. Conditions were fairly poor with quite high winds which are typical of the area. The 24" (UL24) handled the winds fairly well with the exception of some extremely strong gusts that hit the telescope directly. The combination of the 24" (UL24) and PCO camera is excellent for occultation work. This setup easily outperforms any other portable occultation setups I know of. It is no worse, or easier, to setup than a 14" Meade or Celestron telescope, and packs in most pickup trucks or SUV's"
-Matthew Nelson, NASA New Horizons Team, Department of Astronomy, University of Virginia
Hubble Optics 40" f/3.3 sandwich mirror is in action at the Leon Mow Dark Sky Site near Heathcote, Melbourne
“It’s been 6 months now since we had first light on what is Australia’s largest privately owned telescope. Situated at the ASV’s Leon Mow Dark-Sky Site in a roll off roof observatory, 2 hours north of Melbourne, the views continue to get better and better since we have learned to manage temperature of the interior of the observatory prior to using the telescope. There are a lot of objects which have been transformed for me with this aperture, but the stand-out one to date has to be glimpsing the globular cluster in NGC253 which forms a loose triangle with the two bright 9th magnitude stars south of the galaxy core. Thanks Hubble Optics for the chance to experience the views that I and the ASV have seen and will see in the future".
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