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I have a BS from Purdue Univ in Engineering Science and a MS in Mech Eng from Stanford. Most of my career was spent as a mechanical engineer in the SF Bay area. I most recently taught machine shop at a community college in MS and am now retired.
Astrophotography has been a life long endeavor along with making stuff in my machine shop which sports a 14" Nardini lathe and a Lagun mill. I started astrophotography when there was only film and along the way ground, polished and figured a 4" f4, a 6" f10, an 8"f8 and a 10" f2 Schmidt primary.