Darrell Dodge (dmdastro)
Began observing 1982 in Boulder, Colorado with an 8-inch Meade f/6 Newtonian. After a hiatus for bicycle racing, Diamond Approach work, and graduate school at CU-Boulder, resumed observing in 2002 with a Celestron 9.25 SCT and then an 11-inch SCT on a Celestron CGE. Completed the basic AL Master Observer program in 2006 and began imaging in 2008 with an SBIG ST8 and then the Honis-modified Canon 450D DSLR that is still my primary camera. Owner and clinician, Greenwood Speech Language Center, Centennial, Colorado. Member of the Denver Astronomical Society. Volunteer activities for the DAS include Webmaster; ALCor; Acting Chair, Dark Site Committee; and public night scope operator, 20" Clark-Saegmuller refractor at University of Denver's Historic Chamberlin Observatory.