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It'll take a little time to write all of these things up, but here is the first.
A guide to making an entry on your BLOG. Wasn't quite what I hoped adding content mid post, but I guess I still need to get...
-She has a light source...
Don't really know why it took me so long to get around to making a purchase but I guess I just didn't know what to get.....there's so much choice.
However it appears I have found slightly minor programmer issue.. hands up who can tell me seconds, milliseconds, microseconds and nanoseconds.. in short the beta 1 drivers have a little issue with converting between these after the abort changes I...
Because I currently can't afford school (and am on academic probation anyways), I'm building an open-sourced, social planetarium to help me learn as much as possible. It's called SKY @ Lab of Oz (where...
really need a dark sky and a low horizon to get the remainder of my Messiers. Hartland Point...
This is my first time blog and first time on stargazers lounge. Every time I have had a question relating to astronomy my google search always pointed me to this website. It is the best place for reviews of pretty much every scope on the market and it was the place I came to which ultimately led me to buying my first ever scope, a skywatcher skymax...
Pretty much did the same, air was still, sky clear, so i set up at about 10:30
did some moon then patiently waited for Saturn to pop up above the tiles like some elusive cat.
I thought I had done a bang on job of aligning my mount...
I took the scope out shortly after 9pm, it's been so long since I set this one up (having been using my 150P on CG-4 for a while) it took me a few minutes to gather...
so back to tonight set the 127mm EDT cf up with the 80mm guide scope will include a few images ,
it sits on a cgem head on a astrotec pier
However, a beautiful clear evening developed and I got set for an hour and a half from 9pm. I had struggled to star hop last time out but had read an excellent article by EntropyStar showing how to use Stellarium to its full capacity.
Started with Orion...
Glad I caught it this evening, because the weather prospects look rubbish for...
Using the 150pl the Moon's detail was very crisp. With just the 25mm the craters were sharp, but with the 2X barlow the peaks with in the impact crater were seen with clarity. A lovely sight!
Hoping for clear skies,
Looks like I won't have it until this time next week earliest now. Oh well, the forecast spells clouds for the next few days so i'm not missing much...
I saw the moon for the very first time and there really are no words to describe the beauty of it! I managed to take a few photos with my iphone 4s.
I had a...
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