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Jetblakk

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  1. Thanks for the help guys will check out your web site Astro_Baby in fact I think I will try them all out thanks again Vik
  2. Just bought a Tal 1 second hand by the way (very cheep) got it home and the mirror seems to be very dirty dust and water rain or dew there is three screws at the bottom of tube outside is this the way to take it out to clean ? if so can I just put it back or will it need re collimation again if so how do you do it Thanks Vik:headbang:
  3. Thinking of get-tining some bins seen somewhere on the forum most of you are going for 15x70 revelations are they heavy to use will I need a tripod and how easy are to use and would it be better to go up or down on the specs Optics that is Vik thanks:headbang:
  4. Didn't manage to see anything been cloudy for two week or more except for a short wile Saturday Thanks for info on Stellarium which aloud me to see the flight path from the horizon on my PC not the same I no but at least I now no how to track it now thanks again:headbang:
  5. Thanks Chris will try that
  6. Been following all your post on the ISS didnot see them myself (newby) Iv found the heavens above site with all the flight paths .What I would like to no is how do you work out were it is in the sky and what time it will be where ? Just by looking at charts
  7. Just downloaded it from amazon had to increase the fonts to make the line drawings bigger apart from that looks good so far
  8. Thanks for all your replies think I might go for it as there is a kindle version of TLAO will let you all no how it look
  9. Thinking of getting Turn left at Orion on my Kindle as there are no photos just line drawings so I'am led to believe by you guys. Is there anybody out there that has a Kindle version of it that could let me no if its ok or any other comments anybody else on the Kindle version thanks
  10. Thinking of getting Turn left at Orion on my Kindle as there are no photos just line drawings so I'am led to believe by you guys. Is there anybody out there that has a Kindle version of it that could let me no if its ok or any other comments anybody else on the Kidle version thanks:headbang:
  11. Thanks for your quick reply guys (stolenfeather) (todd8137 )about the books etc Still trying to find me way round these blogs and stuff. So lets hope to have better luck in the night skys thanks again
  12. Hi I am after a book that will assist me in using my new telescope. (I have the telescope manual on the operation side), however the help is more the Sky side, and where to look and when etc. And how to get the best / set up out of my telescope. I am a newby to this, and would appreciate any advise/suggestions. I have searched the net and amazon and keep only finding either really old books or just books on telescopes.:hello2:
  13. Thanks for that Mark glad you picked Orion that's my starting point (only no that one so far anyway)
  14. Thanks John after reading and trailing internet for four weeks because I wasn't shore witch scope to go for and no clubs on my doorstep to ask for help .after reading thread Now I no what to do upgrade my old measly 7 x 40 binoculars for some new ones cheers again:headbang:
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