Porter Garden Telescope

By: Alex Covert - Published: Nov 24, 2007   Updated: Mar 31 2011 • References: bornrich.org
You're wealthy. You like to look at neighboring galaxies. You could build one of those unsightly dome-shaped observatories, or you could buy one of these. The Porter Garden Telescope from Telescopes of Vermont is a model developed by astronomer, Russell W. Porte. The contraption is a working, bronze sundial and telescope. $59,000 USD

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