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  1. Thanks Andy for such a wonderful find on a fantastic summery of the History of TAL. A wonderful read. I'd still love a TAL 250k. But I WOULD NOT part with my beloved TAL 200k. Steve
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    New user from Ashton under Lyne

    Hi Tesh and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    Pixinsight pc component help

    For a slight increase in price you could get a 2TB hard drive. If your budget can afford and your PC can accommodate, I'd also get an additional 2TB drive for backup purposes. Steve
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    First time astronomer here!

    Hi Joey and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    ZWO ASI 1600MM-PRO Mono - Which Filters?

    FWIW If you're ordering from FLO talk to them, they will give you the best option. Steve
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    M57 and small fuzzies

    Nice image Steve and also great to see you imaging again. It's amazing when you process M57 how bright it is for such a small target. I found I was over exposing with my Tal 200k and Atik 460. Can't wait to see some colour added to that fine Lum image Steve
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    QHY8L is waiting at home.

    Glad you've got it back Stu. My QHY8Pro took ages to return as it was scrutinised in customs, a nervy experience. All working fine now as I'm sure yours will. Steve
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    Absolute newbie from Doncaster, UK

    Hi Matt and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    Completed - fixed height hardwood tripod

    Fabulous build Fozzie. What is the chain for? Is it to secure the tripod to a secure robust post in the garage to stop anyone stealing it, because it is a beauty Steve
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    Hello,newbie from Jacksonville,Florida U.S.A.

    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    Hello from South Bristol

    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  12. Hi Carl, The distance from the front of the ASI 1600 to the CMOS sensor is 6.5mm and the ASI 224 distance is 12.5mm. You know the focus position of your scope with the ASI 1600. So all you need to do is focus the ASI 1600, swap the cameras and move the focuser in by 6mm. You should be somewhere near focus and be able to detect stars. Steve
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    Will need to update my SGL signature soon...

    That is a dream scope for any astronomer. But you deserve it after craving for it for 3 years Steve
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    Greatings from Ohio

    Hi Mike and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    New user

    Hi Wayne and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve

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