In Good Company

The amateurs of today are in very good company with many notable observers who have led the way before us such as Bertrand Peek, Hargreaves, Phillips, Molesworth, and Elmer Reese; and with contemporaries of today such as Miyazaki, Don Parker, Phillip Budine, John Rogers, Walter Haas, Olivarez, and many, many others. If not for these observers, the visual record of Jupiter would be sparse indeed. We can take pride in helping to continue the works of so many wonderful amateurs.

The telescopes and related equipment are better than ever. I can only imagine what Bertrand Peek would have given for a good web cam or CCD camera! How much easier our work is compared to theirs; yet, we can only hope to measure up to their discipline, their persistence, and their attention to detail!

So, from Galileo to today many years have gone by and yet, Jupiter still begs to be observed! What will we discover next year, and the next, and the next?

Chapter 2

Telescopes Mastery

Telescopes Mastery

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