a Tele Vue TV-60is (60mm f/6) refractor,
an Orion ED80 (80mm f/7.5) refractor,
a Tele Vue Genesis SDF (101mm f/5.4) refractor,
a Tele Vue NP101 (101mm f/5.4) refractor,
a Tele Vue NP101is (101mm f/5.4) refractor,
a Tele Vue TV-102iis (102mm f/8.6) refractor,
a Vixen ED114SS (114mm f/5.3) refractor,
a Tele Vue NP127is (127mm f/5.2) refractor,
an Astro-Physics AP130 (130mm f/6) refractor,
a Vixen R200SS (200mm f/4) Newtonian reflector,
a Vixen VC200L (200mm f/9 VISAC) Cassegrain,
a Celestron C8 (203mm f/10) SCT,
a Celestron C14 (356mm f/11) SCT.
These telescopes are not all mine (of course), and tremendous thanks are owed to my good friends Al Nagler and Ed Siemenn. To Ed, for his generosity in providing me with the long-term use of his AP130 and C14, as well as his AP1200 mount. To Al, for the use of the TV-60is, NP101, TV-102iis and NP127is. Thanks also to Bill Copeland of Vixen North America for the use of the ED114SS and Alan Holmes of SBIG for the use of the STL-11000M.
a Vixen GP-DX,
a Losmandy Gemini-equipped G-11
a Losmandy Titan
an Astro-Physics AP1200GTO.
The rig currently set up in my observatory can be seen here.