Engraved Brass Name Plate
Name plate included on every Teeter's Telescope, signifying it as having been manufactured to our strict standards.
18" and 20" TeeterScopes "in the field" at the Cherry Springs Star Party
15" TT Silhouetted
A 15" F/4.5 TT/Classic silhouetted during a Messier Marathon in Arizona, March 2015.
16" F/4 TeeterScope "in the field" in Southern AZ.
Boundary Layer Cooling Fans
Close-up of our Dual Boundary Layer Cooling Fans, pictured with optional Black Hardware. We offer three different hardware package finishes; Bright Brass, Black or Nickel/Chrome.
A view down the optical pathway and into the heart of a 16" F/5 Teeter's Telescope.
Two Teeter's Telescopes await nightfall after being unloaded onto an observing field.
Jupiter with Moons
mage captured using TT115, a 15" F/4.5 TT/Classic. Technical specifications below: Saturn imaged by Tom Polakis, Tempe, AZ.
Saturn with Cassini Division
Image captured using TT115, a 15" F/4.5 TT/Classic. Technical specifications below: Saturn imaged by Tom Polakis, Tempe, AZ 2014 June 13, 4h UT 15” f/4.5, 3x Barlow for 5100mm focal length at f/13.4 Tracking with Equatorial Platforms Aluminum platform ZWO ASI120MM monochrome camera 3.3 micron pixels ==> image scale is 0.13 arcsec.pixel 1000 frames in red, green, blue channels Aligned and registered in Astrostakkert! Sharpened with Registax Assembled with Photoshop
Saturn with Cassini Division
Image captured using TT115, a 15" F/4.5 TT/Classic. Technical specifications below: Saturn imaged by Tom Polakis, Tempe, AZ 2014 June 13, 4h UT 15” f/4.5, 3x Barlow for 5100mm focal length at f/13.4 Tracking with Equatorial Platforms Aluminum platform ZWO ASI120MM monochrome camera 3.3 micron pixels ==> image scale is 0.13 arcsec.pixel 1000 frames in RED channel only Aligned and registered in Astrostakkert! Sharpened with Registax Assembled with Photoshop
A 22" F/3.3 and an 18" F/4.2 shown, with Teeter's Telescopes owner, Rob Teeter, between to give a sense of size. Despite being big telescopes, they are still highly transportable.
Pair of 8" F/6 Solid Tube Series (STS) telescopes, with Cherry stain and Brass hardware, awaiting darkness outside of the Teeter's Telescopes workshop.
Teeter's Telescopes owner, Rob Teeter, shown seated at the eyepiece of TT103, a 10" F/5 with a Lightholder Optics primary mirror.
Rack of Scopes
"Drying Room" at Teeter's Telescopes, with several telescopes in process.
A Close-up Look at our Craftsmanship
Focuser board with name plate and Moonlite dual speed focuser, with Teeter's Telescopes' Maple stain.
TT106 - 22" F/3.3
View into the rear of TT106, a 22" F/3.3 with a Kennedy Optics primary mirror. Also shown are the Quad-Boundary Layer Cooling Fans.
The Beauty of Natural Stain
Upper Tube Assembly (UTA) of TT101, a 16" F/5. utilizing a Feathertouch Focuser, Rigel QuickFinder and 60mm Stellarvue Optical Finderscope.
Work in Progress
Various altitude bearings on the drying rack after staining and application of polyurethane clear gloss.
Work in Progress
Upper Tube Assembly for a 16" Teeter's Telescopes' Truss-Dobsonian under construction.
Our Cover: This issue’s cover features our Star Person Rob Teeter of Teeter’s Telescopes. We have an extended interview with Rob about his background, telescopes and what it is like being a professional telescope maker. Read about Rob’s astro adventures in “Star People”
Much appreciation goes out to the amateur astronomy community who has supported us, and continues to do so, over the last 20+ years that we have been in business. February, 2022, will mark the start of our 20th year of building our custom made TeeterScope telescopes! When I started this business in my parent's garage in Howell, NJ, in 2002 I didn't know what the future would hold. My hopes were modest, I simply wanted an outlet for my telescope building addiction. Over 300 telescopes later, each one unique and each one with a story, I feel like I have exceeded my original intention. Thank you to everyone who purchased a TeeterScope from us, and thank you to those who have been exceedingly patient these last 2.5 years when production has lagged. Our final orders have been taken and will certainly keep us busy through the remainder of the year. No more orders will be accepted as I take 2023 and beyond to focus on other endeavors, personal and work. It's been a pleasure to serve this great community of amateur astronomers. Clear, dark, skies to you all!