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sloz1664

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About sloz1664

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  1. Sad news indeed. I have a few copies of the Philips Star guides, which kept me so interested in astronomy in my early years. Steve
  2. Hi Dave and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  3. Hi Malko, and a very warm welcome to the Lounge There alots & lots of telescopes out there to tempt you. Some big & some small and all made to view at different ratios. I personally would purchase a good pair of binoculars and a sky atlas and experience the night sky. Get an understanding of what your preferences are and select the telescope for your needs. Or, look for a second hand Tal 1 or Tal 2. You should pick one of these pretty cheaply, built like tanks and good otics too. Steve
  4. Hi Craig, and a very warm welcome to the Lounge. Nice image btw Steve
  5. Hi and avery warm welcome to the Lounge. Also, welcome to the wonderful world that is astrophotography. Great images for your first attempts btw Steve
  6. That's a feast for your eyes Göran. Personally I think it's over saturated. Tone it down slightly and see if looks better. Steve
  7. Fabulous image Steve and so detailed. Processed to your very high standard also. Steve
  8. Very interesting image, nicely framed and processed. Steve
  9. Another fine image David. The cloud Gods have been favourable. Steve
  10. Really good SHO image David. Nice teals & golds Steve
  11. Wow that looks a little like a 3d image as there is so much detail. I really like Ha images as the detail is so rich & sharp. Love how this as been detailed Steve. Steve
  12. Hi Gina, Lovely to see you "getting your mojo back" and imaging again. I love both images the rich red and the wonderful Ha image and both well processed too. Steve
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    Hi, and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    Hi Chris, and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  15. Unbelievable Tom, the patience, skill and utter determination to compile this spectacular image is astonishing. Every time I see that distorted "W" in the sky, it will remind me of your wonderful image. Steve
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