The platform made with reinforced concrete,
the column and the Meade LX6 10" telescope.
From left: Salvo Massaro, Roberto Musmeci, Pio Passalacqua

 Rebuttone Observatory (Palermo) completed in 1991



The Meade LX6 telescope equipped with some
accessories and the Celestron C5 used as guide
scope, before the construction of the dome.


The LX200 telescope mounted on an self-built
support, to use from the balcony, for S.N. search.


The CCD 800-HS camera, Res.768x512.
Kodak Kaf 400 class 0 sensor, and filter wheels.


  Self-built hyper camera.
  It can hold two 24x36 films.