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Bart

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Bart last won the day on August 16 2012

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  1. I've used them before. Very happy with them.
  2. thanks all, that was probably it. must remember that
  3. Thanks gents. Yes, date and time was ok, I checked that again and again. I had deleted my skysafari6 pro a while ago for space reasons on the phone. I reloaded it there this morning, and the comet was bang where it should be. Is the skysafari5 in some way outdated/unsupported? I loved cartes du ciel on the laptop but haven’t used it in ages Curious.
  4. Hello All Anyone have an idea why my SkySafari 5 app has the comet in the wrong place. Its in the general area of the sky, but 'miles' off. Puzzled. Correct date and location. Its just wrong. Anybody else have a problem with this? Thanks Barry
  5. I had a go last night with my 16" at x 200. Couldn't make out anything. Conditions weren't fabulous but I'd say if you see it, it might be using averted imagination. (love that phrase...)
  6. don't buy anything new for £6, it'll be junk. £25 might be a little cheap as well. It'll work, but maybe not well. Others may have them and be in a position to compare against more expensive ones. nothing worse than looking through a bad piece of glass.
  7. I have an F4.5 16” and an F5 10” and always use wide angle EPs. Coma is a problem. One day I bought the ES cc from the US for smallish money. One problem. I had to move the primary on the 16” about an inch closer to the secondary. Bit of a pain, but there you go. Could never justify the Parracor cost. Barry
  8. Good luck with the 12". It'll show you loada
  9. Ha! As I was reading it I was thinking your dedication was definitely better than mine! last night was pretty good. Great views of jup and got both comets in Hercules amongst a couple of others even thought I could see the dust lane in the sombrero in the 10" at low altitude, but that could have been the couple of beers I had?
  10. Yeah, Astro monkey I find it very handy.
  11. You probably wouldn't see much of a difference in my 16 compared to your 15 but I'd like to see the improvement your better mirror would make. Id like to try out a spot near the Vee if you were interested though in the coming weeks
  12. Niall if you were observing detail at x560 there's obviously nothing wrong with your setup! Fair dues. I'm looking forward to looking through yours at skellig, if you'll allow. we got very lucky there in march for the marathon, hopefully the weather will play ball again in august.
  13. Mmph saying that, there were a couple of days last week where seeing and transparency were excellent. Lovely detail on an Io transit with shadow with GRS and great detail in the bands. Hope it's great for Skellig. Are you going this year Niall?
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