comments used with customer permission.)
The dome has
been going together beautifully with no
hitches yet. The money paid for
pre-assembly was well spent!
of automating the HD-10 I have. After
many years [since 1993], your dome is still
going strong. No leaks, never a wind
problem. I'm redoing the mount and
telescope this winter.
B.P., New Jersey
I purchased a PD10 from you in April of this
year. I just thought you'd like to know it
survived the worst of hurricane Katrina
without any damage.
The eye of the storm passed directly over us
(the official track was about 2 miles east
of here) and so we went through the worst
winds in the eye-wall, *twice*. Peak winds
hit 130mph to 140mph here. That's surely the
record for ProDome survival. I'm very
If you would like to use this information to
promote the durability of your Dome
products, I'd be more than happy to provide
whatever you need.
FYI, We live on 150 heavily forested acres
and lost about 60% of out trees and a few
buildings. Poplarville, where we live, has
the distinction of having the eye of
Katrina, and Camille in 1969, the two most
powerful hurricanes to hit North America,
pass directly overhead. For that reason,
Poplarville was the first city that
President Bush personally visited after the
N. B, Mississippi
We purchased a home dome 5 years ago and
have incorporated it into our Montessori
school. As you can see the school was build
around the dome. It is a central feature to
We will gladly off you any other information
you may like.
G. B., Wisconsin
Here is a picture of my
observatory in Franktown Colorado.
Franktown is about 25 miles SE of Denver at
the junction of state highways 86 and 83.The
WPO is a 10' ProDome mounted on a 10' x 10'
wooden structure that I built myself.
There are construction pictures on my web
site (see links page). In the 3 years that
I have owned the ProDome, it has operated
flawlessly. I am very pleased with
I have attached a couple
pictures of our finished dome. It has served
us well. We are going on our 3rd year
and it is a wonderful upgrade for us as we
were using the old gable style slide off
roof . I'd recommend the home dome to
anyone considering an observatory dome.
Jerry you were always available to answer
questions as we installed this as well as
afterwards for tech support. Please feel
free to use any of what I said as a quote
for your new endevor. As a side note
to you... please know the issues we did have
in getting the shutter to slide properly had
less to do with rigging and more to do with
lubing. After we "greased the hell"
out of the cable and jackscrew (not
recommended by Homedome) the shutter has
been working well ever since.
Dome works great,
suggestion , save the small pieces of
the white guide strips left over and use
them as guide shims on the inside edge of
the back shutter if it favors one side more
than the other by cutting and stacking two
inch pieces as it rubs on the edge of dome
lid, keeps it perfectly aligned during the
whole transition. Also less twisting with
turn buckles on the end of motor cables.
Dome now is heated & air, houses a 14 inch
meade,ED 80 & teleview scope, using SLR,S
2000XM & SBIG ST-10XME cameras.
Lots of photos TOO.
WAS WORTH THE INVESTMENT
I would be very happy to send pictures of my
observatory. I built mine on top of my
one story ranch home directly above my
computer room. This way I could have a
very convenient way of setting up my targets
in the telescope and sending images to my
computer for processing. I’ve had my 6’
“home dome” which houses my 12” Meade
LX200GPS telescope for about 4 years now
without one hint of a problem. It has
been working for me just great. I
think it was the best solution for my needs.
I live in the upper peninsula of Michigan
and the winters can get pretty fierce.
There are times when the temperature can get
down to 20-30 degrees below zero. Our
snowfall may average between 200-300 inches
per year. Yet my telescope is
protected from the elements. The
shutter operates just fine and there is
complete 360 degrees rotation capability for
the dome. The room has also been
completely water tight even with the snow
and rain that we get up here. I would
not hesitate to recommend the “home dome” to
anyone needing to create an observatory.
My complements to you and your entire staff
for a job well done.
I am including copies of some pictures I’ve
taken of my Technical Innovations 10 ft
diameter Home Pro Dome. It is part of
personal observatory that is 22 feet long by
14 feet wide, which was constructed at my
home in Krakow Missouri. The
observatory includes an office on one side
and a telescope room on the other side.
The rooms are separated by a wall with a
picture window and a door. During the
design of the observatory I considered the
slide off roof that many home observatories
have; but I was concerned with obstructing
the horizon with the roof and the increased
space required to support it during
observation times. The Pro Dome solved
these concerns for me so my observatory was
designed around the 10 foot diameter Pro
Dome foot print. The builder who built the
observatory also installed the Pro Dome and
there were some operating problems at the
beginning; but your phone assistance along
with the details in your construction manual
helped us to iron out all the bugs.
The unit has worked superbly and as
advertised for two years now. My ultimate
goal is to control the telescope and perform
astrophotography in the office section of
the observatory; however, most observations
at this time are performed at the telescope
in the ambient air. Under these
conditions, the dome stabilizes the night
air, limits fogging of the telescope,
reduces moisture absorption of catalogs and
is easy to operate. And on cold nights
the dome helps keep the observers protected
from the wind. I realized how much I enjoyed
the Pro Dome when I had to send my 12” SCT
telescope, which is the scope under the
dome, back to Meade for repair. Since
I didn’t want to remove the mount, I did all
my observations during the time of repair,
with my 10” SCT outside the observatory.
Every night I chose to observe the heavens,
I had to build the scope, level it, do my
observations and tear it back down.
All my charts would get wet from dew and
once I had to tear down quickly due to a
fast moving thunder storm. The Pro Dome is
just so convenient and I am so happy that I
have one. My fellow amateur astronomers
envy my observatory and the Pro Dome that
houses my telescope.
My wife and I purchased our
PD-10 in 2003 to house a CGE-1400. I have
used it trouble free since and can say that
the dome has allowed me to be much more
efficient with my observing. On nights that
are marginal, or where there is very little
time, I can still observe! If I did not have
the dome, these observing opportunities
would be lost. Another pleasure is being
able to leave my CCD camera and telescope up
continually. This allows for much greater
efficiency as well. I like being protected
from the win, and even dewing is not as much
a problem. The dome also acts as a great
light shield as it blocks the neighbor’s
porch lights! It even shielded me from a
black bear one night! The dome has withstood
50mph winds, torrential downpours, and heavy
snows without a single problem. I can
honestly say it has been one of my greatest
Jerry - We have had many
enjoyable evenings inside the Pro Dome.
All of are star parties were a huge success.
Many new friends were acquired through the
sharing of the dome with others. You
have an excellent product.
I'm glad to share some
pictures of my 10' ProDome, which by the way
is 10 years old this year! The HomeDome
without a doubt has contributed more to my
enjoyment of astronomy than any other
equipment I own.
I got your postcard about
your new web page. I have my RoboDome on top
of my garage addition and I have pictures on
my current web page. I am very pleased with
the RoboDome and the (DDW)
it has functioned without a major hitch. I
did get a broken spring metal slider on one
of the sliding contacts which has been fixed
and it is back to normal. Stabilizing the
scope in the roof of the garage was the only
problem I could foresee when I had the
RoboDome installed. However, when I open the
garage door and the dome itself, I have a
natural flow of air thru the dome, like a
chimney, that easily cools and stabilizes
the scope giving very good CCD pictures.
My observatory consists of
a Technical Innovations PD-10 dome mounted
on three wall rings. The observatory
houses a 10-inch RC and 4-inch Televue
refractor mounted on a Paramount ME, with a
pair of SBIG STL-11000M cameras. The
observatory is also outfitted with Digital
Dome Works, the observatory automation
system sold by Technical Innovations.
An in-dome computer is controlled by a
laptop in my home. The observatory is
connected to my house via an Ethernet cable
directly into a wireless router, so I have
the benefit of a high speed link to the
observatory and the ability to control the
observatory computer from my laptop
operating wirelessly. As a result of the DDW
automation package, I'm able to operate my
observatory by remote control from the
comfort of my living room. This
enables me to perform complex tasks by
remote control, such as a 100+ star
alignment running unattended for three hours
under Automapper II, or taking multi-hour
CCD exposures. Digital Dome Works is
extremely robust and reliable, and works
perfectly with the Paramount ME. I
also enjoy occasional visual astronomy, and
find the PD-10 to be very comfortable for
myself joined by several guests.
I hold the record for the most number of
Home-Dome’s purchased and built (3) by one
individual. I have been an amateur
astronomer for over 10 years and worked my
way up through larger scopes until I needed
a permanent home for my LX200-14”
While I try photography and enjoy the
amazing views, I also enjoy working with the
technology. Somehow a roll-off roof just
was not the experience of the professionals
that I wanted. But, due to changes in
my work and the decision to relocate I found
myself having to leave my observatory
behind. Determined and undaunted I
persisted in building yet another and
finally another. I wouldn’t be without one
– period. The quality, flexibility and
functionality of the Home-Dome is an amazing
thing. It provides the full experience
provided to professionals on the mountains
of Hawaii all in my own back yard. In
each case, my needs and challenges for
building construction varied as all three
were different designs. Regardless of
my needs, I was most impressed with the
availability, cooperation and assistance
from Technical Innovations. Their
professionalism and concern for a successful
operation is unparalleled by any vender in
any industry. Their service doesn’t end
when the product leaves the shop nor when
you’ve completed your construction nor ever
from what I can tell. I know I could call
tomorrow with even a casual discussion of
some hair-brained scheme and count on
Technical Innovations to help me work it out
and turn it into something real. I intend
to have a Home-Dome for the rest of my life.
Dr. J.G. Texas
Jerry, I build the Starcatcher Observatory
specifically for the HD6S dome. I could not
be more pleased with the quality of the
fabrication and ease of assembly and
installation. The dome has operated
flawlessly, even during windy conditions.
observatory is located at the Orange County
Astronomers Anza, California Site.
Other observatories there also use
Technical Innovations domes as well. The
Observatory is equipped with an 11" SCT on a
Large German Equatorial mount. The CCD image
train with a Robo-Focus Crayford focuser
extends well beyond the back of the
Telescope. The dome accommodates this with
room to spare. The dome has required minimal
maintenance in eight years of operation -
just resealing at the roof periodically. I
have never had a leak anywhere on the dome.
It's reassuring to know all is well during a
storm. This dome has weathered high winds as
well. Some higher than 60 mph.
well fitting light fixtures would be a nice
option for doing maintenance on the
telescope. Otherwise I am completely happy
with my Home-Dome.
This observatory is the culmination of a
year of web searches and advice from other
observatory owners and technical experts.
Part of the search for the best, of
course, included the dome.
The dome partly determines the design
of the observatory; and after thoroughly
researching what others had to offer, it
became clear that Technical Innovations
could not be beat.
This observatory has a 10 ft
Technical Innovations Home Dome mounted at
one end; and the experience has been totally
phenomenal! Photos taken with the centrally
mounted 10" Schmidt Cassegrain Telescope are
There is no need to be concerned
about wind gusts that would normally shake
Neither is there a need to purchase a
dew shield, because the dome even protects
against most dew accumulation.
With the dome's clear 360 degree
view, my wife and I have introduced many
scouting organizations to the wonders of the
night sky. There have been no
disappointments ... ever.
Building the observatory was my hobby
for a while; but now my hobby is pure,
tremendously enjoyable, amateur astronomy
... and sharing what I have.
If anyone wants observatory plans
and/or construction tips, I would be more
than happy to share.
My 6' HomeDome is the
single most important aspect of my imaging
routine. The ability to set-up for a night
of imaging in mere minutes, or quickly
close-up shop when the clouds appear, is
priceless. I spent many days researching a
fiberglass dome design that fit my budget
and was appealing to the eye and was sold on
Technical Innovations' product line
Attached are three photos of my dome, pier,
and foundation. I ordered the concrete base
from a local concrete company. It is a
standard 8 foot manhole. I had them put the
2 foot diameter hole in the center to clear
the pier which extends about 8 feet
underground, has a lot of rebar welded to
the pipe, and has about 5 yards of concrete
surrounding it. The pipe, which was a scrap
piece from a well drilling company, is
filled with concrete and has three threaded
supports welded to it so the top plate on
the pier can be perfectly leveled. I
installed a theodolite on the top of the
pier and pushing and pulling didn’t seem to
move the image at all. The concrete manhole
is slightly smaller than the dome support
ring and an “adapter ring” was epoxied
together from plywood sections. This allowed
the plywood ring to be anchored to the
concrete and since it was perfectly round,
it was easy to adjust the DSR to the
required round shape. Then all that was
needed was to drill through the DSR and
plywood and bolt things together. The top of
the cement flange on the concrete manhole is
really flat and smooth which is hard to do
yourself. The concrete company delivered the
manhole and set it over the pier. Since it
weighs something over 30,000 pounds, it
isn’t a do it yourself job. When the days
get shorter and this summer’s crop of
mosquitoes goes away, I will start using the
thing.A note or two on the dome: I think the
“Preassembly” option was well worth the
extra money, especially if you don’t have
helpers available. The sliding cover needs a
stop to limit its rearward travel or the
latch mechanism and the inside handle hits
the rear cover. It gets dug up and your
fingers get smashed. I put a piece or rubber
inner tube over the latch handle so that
water won’t get in and freeze up.
B.G., New Hampshire
I am writing
to let you see another example of my
completed HD10 dome. I love it.
You most certainly can provide a link to my
web site, and I will offer as much help to
others as I can.
I just got the dome up
Friday. It is fabulous. I
have been on pins and
needles working on it this
week... but now that its up
I am impressed with the
value of what I have. My new
HD150 mount and 10 inch
optimized Newtonian also
arrived... and the dome and
this scope look as if they
were made for one another.
For those with a permanent
site this choice definitely
is an alternative to
purchasing a more portable
scope such as a Richey
Chreiten. My dome and
Newtonian are about the same
cost as one of these
portable systems, only it is
more convenient to use.
have finally completed my new mobile
observatory! We had a "First
Light" dedication at the Lake Afton
Observatory with the Wichita, KS
club on August 17, 2001. This
project has been a great success. I
even got a front page article in our
local paper. I want to thank you for
your help and guidance with the dome
dome arrived in good shape. My
neighbor and I opened the box on the
truck and we had everything in the
garage in 30 min. The Yellow
Freight driver helped too.
wall proved to be right on the
money...base ring went on and
leveled with ease. DSR as
well, and then did the dome in one
day when the winds calmed down a
bit. Was able to just bolt
stuff together in the order the book
said and got it sealed before any
rain or dew. Another few hours
and the shutter was operational.
Rain and hail test occurred a few
days ago and all was dry inside.
glad we changed my order to include
I will suggest folks have their
domes pre-assembled if they ask.
use the PD15 with two astronomy
classes at our private girls' high
school. It was a gift that generates
curriculum activities in many
classes beyond astronomy. We
are also doing classes for local
science teachers, for parents and
alumnae, and assisting with Project
Astro at a local museum.
we opened the dome in June, 2000, we
had 400 visitors, most of whom had
never looked through a telescope
before. Some guests
speculated that we had actually
pasted photos on the end of the
scope.... The dome is a big
attraction to the whole area and
generates much excitement.
had my HD-6S dome for two years. It
has worked flawlessly until the
other night when I had a problem
with a drive motor. I was able to
fix it in my shop. When I move to
the SW in a few years, I plan to get
a 10' dome. I love the product.
dome is now functioning very well,
it is a "dome divine"... Already it
showed its usefulness in the few
demo-sessions we had so far. Our
roll-away shed, although very
useful, got insulted as an
out-house, but the Pro-Dome coined
our site in Wyalusing State Park as
"THE OBSERVATORY"! The
fiberglass/resin panels are superbly
fabricated and the dome, once
assembled, is remarkably solid and
moves smoothly. A fine design!
bought a 10" Home Dome last year and
it is functioning like a charm. I
placed it on circular farm silo
concrete bricks, about 5 feet high.
I have the outside covered with
cedar siding painted the color of my
house. Planted roses and chives
around perimeter. Looks nice and
crisp... just like having a mini-Mt.
Palomar in the yard next to the
pond. Thanks again for a wonderful
product. People just marvel when
they get inside and watch all the
really glad I got the 10 ft dome
with the extra base ring-- there is
a lot of workspace inside and
headroom is not an issue. We will be
on vacation most of June but I look
forward to having [you] visit us
when we return.
installed the HD-6T this weekend. It
went together well... I installed
the DSR, dome halves, rear shutter
and then top & front shutters. I
must make minor adjustments to the
DSR to ensure a completely free
rotation around the base wall. It
rotates very well now, but I think
that I can improve (center) it
further before I caulk. I was
surprised at the ease of the shutter
installation. Overall the
instructions were clear and orderly.
I will be sending you photos
from time to time. It
would please Elma and me if
your use our photos.
Assembling our [HD6S] dome
was a real pleasure for both
of us and our trip to
Cumberland to pick it up and
talk with guys at the plant
was also a pleasure.
If I hadn't read your
booklet "At Home in a Dome"
I wouldn't have been able to
build the structure we now
have. The booklet is a
gold mine of knowledge and
clarity. One of the
major problems that the
booklet solved was "how high
should the wall be?"
Thank you very much.
I am really happy with my
dome [HD6T with Dome Trak].
I spend so much more time
observing now because in
five minutes I'm ready to
start taking CCD images.
The dome is one of the best
things I've ever bought.
R. C., Indiana
I purchased a six foot dome
from you four years ago —
it's been fabulous in a most
brutal environment, the
coast of New England on Plum
Island. My dome has
withstood the wildest New
England coastal weather
snowstorms, let them come.
She has performed
I'm now interested in
upgrading to a ten foot.
I plan on donating the 6
footer to a local high
school. The new one
goes in its place.
Your dome, (and my
telescope) were featured on
a Home and Garden special
recently. I'm a
correspondent for ABC News
20/20 and Prime Time Live.
They were doing a program on
I have definitely been
observing more since my dome
has been installed.
Having the telescope "ready
to go" is a great incentive.
The electric shutter option
was money well spent.
It greatly speeds up the
opening operation, and it
also impresses visitors!
Thanks for all you do!
This is to let you know that
I received the observatory
on Friday. As you promised,
the unloading was not a
I think it is an impressive
piece of engineering.
By Sunday, the [HD-6T] was
up and ready on top of the
highest section of my
backyard deck. Some
minor adjustments for the
smooth rotation of the dome
yet need to be done but it
looks and feels wonderful.
On Monday, we had high wind
warning (40 mph with gusts
up to 55 mph). The
observatory "stood proudly
against the elements."
And from a later note:
I tell you, my wife, the
children and I feel like
kids with a new toy.
The telescope (8" LX10
Meade) is now mounted on a
concrete pier in the center
of the observatory., I
will be installing some low
voltage red lights this
coming weekend and
everything will be set to
begin stargazing and
are looking forward to the
It's been a few months since
we finished it, but you can
finally see our ProDome 10
atop our school's science
building. We couldn't
be happier with the result.
The motors turn the dome
smoothly, though I have yet
to wire the electric
shutter. Check out our
Sewickley Academy web site.
I think of you often and
wanted to say that things
are going great with my
PD-10 and DDW. I have
saved so much time over the
past year or so and find
that my image taking is much
better since being on a pier
instead of the tripod.
The equipment not only works
reliably, it also looks
really cool at the end of my
neightbors even think it is
interesting and they often
come over to look at it if
they see me out during the
day. Your ad with my
picture in it was a great
way for me to show people
how popular this hobby has
Well, my dome is up. I
still have to wire up the
drive power supply and
install the electric shutter
but basically, I'm looking
at a miniature of the
Palomar Observatory from the
window of my den. The
finished product is very
Just thought you would like
to know that my six year old
son Alex had fun rotating
the dome for me to test
rotation. He did it
I have been very happy with
my 6' dome and have shown
the craftsmanship of the
dome to many of my astronomy
Except for some finish work
inside, [my HD-6S] is nearly
done! The dome works
perfectly, it looks great
too! We named the
observatory "Star Catcher"
...inspired by a poem my
daughter sent me. The
observatory is located at
the Orange County
Astronomers Anza California
site. It's about 12
miles north of Mount
Palomar. I can see the
dome with the 200" from my
am truly happy with my dome.
I know I made the right
I continue to use my Home
Dome with much pleasure.
My sunspot observation today
was the 1477th time I have
used it since the first
night on April 20, 1996.
I count day use as one and
night use as one more in my
The AAVSO just informed me
that I am to receive an
Observer Award for my
contributions to the Solar
Division. Without your
Home Dome this would not
have happened. Having
the telescope ready to go
has allowed me to observe
the Sun each clear day.
Absolutely, please do quote
me in your customer
comments, as I'd
your domes to anyone in the
market for one. They are a
In 2001, S.B. moved his
dome to a new site and wrote
One really appreciates the
modular design of your domes
when one needs to take it
apart for a move. A
great thing about
reassembling it a second
time is that all the bolt
holes were already drilled.
I want to thank you guys for
supplying stainless steel
bolts and nuts. I had
no problem with "freezing"
of the nuts on the bolts due
to corrosion that could
occur with zinc bolts and
Out here at my new site, we
get really strong winds, but
as I said, I would think
only tornado winds would
destroy the dome, but then
my new house would also be
destroyed. Let's hope
that never happens!
By the way, I did receive
the pack of replacement
J-connections for the wind
Thanks greatly for looking
out for your customers.
just wanted to let you all know that
my [PD-15] dome installation went
very well. It took me a while
due to my busy schedule, but
everything worked out nicely.
I really like your product and I
plan on adding your automation
I just felt pen had to go on paper
today to tell you both I just could
not believe that in 3 days, by
myself, my PD10 (with 2 extra walls)
is fully assembled and functional in
my garden. Let me itemize my
The PD10 duly arrived at my door in
a large wooden crate - indeed a
Pandora's Box, but no ills within!
It was protected outside and the
various parts inside were extremely
Unlike many [instruction] manuals
that lay people have to read and
digest and then discover hardly any
of it makes sense......yours did!
Every page was easy to understand,
(plain English as we say here in
England) and I was able to follow
and carry out the assembly without
The quality of the PD10 parts was
superb. No jagged edges in
this kit! (and I have dealt with
fibreglass canoes for years, so I
know what smooth edges should look
and feel like.)
put a photo [of the HD6T] in the
Auckland Astronomical magazine.
Everyone is trying to solve the
observatory problem in one way or
another, and yours gives an
excellent option. The exchange
rate with the US$ is very for us
folks in NZ.
from a later message....
We still love the Home Dome which
we've been using since July.
It is very good at blocking out wind
and stray light. We've even
managed to discover a new asteroid:
1999 SO9, about 250 million km from
Earth and 15-20 km in dia.
year it is possible we will order
another Home Dome for our farmlet in
the South Island.
[This] is a first class outfit.
Having put up a couple of previous
domes..., I can appreciate the
thought that must have gone into the
planning of the HOME-DOME. So far as
I could tell, no detail was
the quality of construction and the
easy assembly, HOME-DOME is the best
buy in astronomy today.
pleased with the dome both in
appearance and operation.
P.W., Ontario, Canada
have done much more observing for
longer periods of time than ever
before in the winter months. The
dome is a blessing.
absolutely delighted with my
HOME-DOME. It makes late night
observing a delight.
D.S., New York
very satisfied with the HOME-DOME,
which went into service last August.
I can begin stargazing less than
five minutes after entering the
observatory, and all my telescope
accessories are at hand.
extremely pleased with the dome. It
has caused quite a sensation here.
It works much better than I thought
it would. Your instructions were
well pleased with the quality and
'looks' of the dome.
D.C., Ontario, Canada
know you are always looking for new
ideas. One simple thing I did
is I purchased a red rope light from
the local hardware store and
installed it as a recessed lighting
under the lowest rib [of wall ring]
on the inside of the dome. My
eyes never make eye contact with the
lights, and it throws a soft red
downward light to the floor that
doesn't disturb my night vision.
It wraps nicely in a circle around
the dome, out of sight.
Thanks for your help and a great
B.P., New Jersey
had some high winds, up to eighty
miles and hour, this winter, and the
dome was just fine. It has been
nice, being out of the wind, on a
clear night, to view the different
stars and planets.
don't know how many of your clients
have installed their domes as part
of their homes, but we love it for
the convenience and safety factors,
plus it's included in our home alarm
enjoying the HOME-DOME a great deal
and use it on every clear
night....The drive works very well
and actually turns the dome better
than by hand, probably because of
the more even pressure on two
sides....Thanks again for a good
product. It does everything you said
had an inch and a half of rain last
night....when I checked the dome
this morning, all was dry!
receiving the dome, I was amazed at
the high quality of all the pieces.
No sanding was necessary and the
smooth finish couldn't be better.
construction of the HOME-DOME was
done by me and my brother in about
12 hours. We followed instructions
to the letter and did not have any
great difficulties....it is not hard
if you take your time.
HD6S worked out great. It mated with
my structure perfectly and I believe
really enhanced the appearance. I
assembled it in the warmth of my
garage/workshop in one day alone,
then took it apart and reassembled
it with assistance from my wife at
the observatory the next day The
workmanship on the dome is
excellent! It surpassed my
so nice to be able to leave the
equipment ready to use, and not have
to spend most of my time setting up
and taking down. I could not be
happier. The observatory is even
more of a joy than I expected, and I
expected a lot!
wish all my purchases were as
satisfying as the PRO-DOME. It works
flawlessly and is now all spruced
went together with no problems, it
looks terrific. Thanks for all your
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