I just had to take a look at my efforts even though it's after 1:00 AM Sunday, July 22. I went to the observatory and was able to use the 2-inch adapter to mount my Canon Digital Rebel XT camera to the century-old Warner and Swasey telescope with its 9-inch Brashear objective. All of the photos are a bit soft but not surprising… because of trees surrounding the site, the photos were all made in bright twilight. And the atmosphere was unsteady. Still, this first success pleases me and I can hardly wait to try again under better conditions! Didn't try Jupiter because it just didn't look good enough — details barely distinguishable by eye. So it's off to bed — 1:45 AM now — tired but happy: the 19th century telescope and the 21st century camera work well together across the centuries.