The Edward J. Rowe Observatory, named after my grandfather.
The building is a 10'x10' structure with a roll-off roof,
which, at the time this picture was taken, contained
a Tele Vue Genesis SDF 4" f/5.4 refractor
a Vixen R200SS 8" f/4 Newtonian
a Vixen VC200L 8" f/9 Cassegrain
on a Losmandy Titan mount.
The CCD camera is a Starlight Xpress SXV-H9 with a Homeyer filter wheel.
The rig is autoguided using an SBIG STV.
The observatory is wired into my home computer network and can be remotely
controlled from anywhere in the house.