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Lorne

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  1. Paul, Im sure Ian (Iam4208)in the CSOG group has that book. If its the same one, from what I remember its pretty detailed and should keep you going in the quest for more targets to search for!
  2. Thanks for your reply. Would've been £2.90 small parcel, so £23 if you pick them up. PM for details if you are interested. L.
  3. For sale is a pair of tube rings for a 200mm SW OTA, actual diameter approx 235mm and a small SW dovetail. Looking for £30 posted for both. Thanks for looking. L.
  4. Sorted now, could a friendly mod please move to the "closed" section, Thanks, L.
  5. I'm looking for a 2" Explore Scientific or Bresser 70° eyepiece in either 25mm or 30mm for use as a low power EP in a SW 200, f6 Dob. Message me if you have anything, or EPs of a similar spec. Thanks for looking, Lorne.
  6. Observatory in Kirkintilloch

    Well done John, glad it all came together as planned
  7. Harperigg Reservoir

    Yes Davy, there's a few of us use that car park - although the weather hasn't been the best this season - check out the Central Scotland Observers Group forum, google CSOG, and you will see if any meets have been arranged. It's getting a bit light now at nights so there may not be many more nights up there until August when the darker nights come back. L.
  8. Hi From Biggar

    Welcome to SGL Richard, from the not so dark side of the Pentland Hills!!! L.
  9. What is Jupiter like right now?

    Jupiter is one of the most dynamic objects to look at, always changing from nigh to night (unlikely assumption that we get 2 clear nights in a row!!!)
  10. Now sold, could Mods please move. thank you.
  11. Now sold, could mods please move. Thank you. L.
  12. Duncan, thanks for your reply, sorry but its sold pending payment. L.
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