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Binocular Sky May Newsletter

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    Brown Dwarf

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The Binocular Sky Newsletter for May 2012 is now published: http://binocularsky....tter/201205.pdf. There is also a printer-friendly version (no hyperlinks, black text on white background).


                        The Binocular Sky                                                      Writes Sky@Night Magazine's monthly

Lots of info/advice on Choosing and Using Astro Binoculars                                           Binocular Tour

    (including 2nd Ed of my book Binocular Astronomy)



    Brown Dwarf

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Excellent as always, thanks Steve.

Clear skies

Clear skies,   Ian.


Revere the stars, because we are their children. Carl Sagan.
A little bit of gear and less idea, Explorer 200P EQ5, 10x50 Bino's, Home-made p-mount, 15-45x50 Spotter.



    Red Dwarf

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thanks steve :(

William Optics Megrez 72*/*Meade ETX 70AT*/*Meade LX90 8"
Opticron 8X42
Skywatcher Synscan AZ*/*
Celestron AZ3*/*ASTROTRAC AG*/*Kson Eklipse
Canon 1100D*/*GoPro Hero 4 Black



    Star Forming

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Thanks, very useful in compiling my list for the weekend camping trip :hello2:
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TAL 150P / Pentax 10x50 PCF WPII Binocs
Messiers: 18/110 (13,15,31,32,35,36,37,38,42,43,45,51,57,65,66,81,82,110) Planets: 5 (Earth, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn) Moons: 8 (Moon, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Titan, Iapetus, Rhea) Titan, Iapetus, Rhea)

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