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  1. Garry, what’s the dimensions of the box it’s stored in? Thanks
  2. Beautiful scope. If only I lived back in a dark sky location and wasn’t so busy at work.
  3. Helios Quantum 4 - 20 x 90 Binoculars and First Horizion tripod. Binoculars come in a sturdy case, complete with caps. They are in great condition. I used them recently under heavily light polluted skies in Edinburgh, they gave clear, crisp images, with the Pleiades as a target. First Horizon 8115 tripod, both work beautifully together. Great condition also. Not looking to split just now, will accept offers. £225 inc 48 hour Parcelforce delivered. Bank transfer please.
  4. I also used this method on a friends telescope with great success. The mirror was extremely dirty though.
  5. Sold all my scopes so these items are now for sale. I accept BT as payment please. Collection welcome in Edinburgh. I will accept offers on all items and discount postage for multiple items. Postage is included. ————————— All sold --------------------------------------- SOLD ITEMS 2” Light Pollution Filter - £13 inc SOLD Lumicon H-beta visual filter 1.25” The holy grail of Horsehead filters. Needs a big scope £45 inc SOLD 4 x Baader Optical Wonder Cloth 10” x 10” - all sealed, brand new, £13 for all 4 posted. - SOLD Balder Planetarium Laser Collimator Mark III - Boxed £38 inc - SOLD Telrad Finder and mounting base. You will need some adhesive pads or other solution to mount the base to the scope. Batteries not included. £25 inc - SOLD Astronomica 2” Narrow Band Nebula Visual Filter - Boxed £35 inc - SOLD Nebula/light pollution filter for visual deep-sky observations. Useful for viewing faint emission nebula; as the filter allows passage of virtually all the radiation from both O-III lines; the H-beta and the H-alpha line. The prominent lines from artificial Sodium and mercury vapour street lites are effectively blocked. It is as a result of this strong reduction of the sky background glow that intricate detail in gaseous and planetary nebulas are greatly enhanced. This version has greatly enhanced sensitivity in the red (Hydrogen) regions, making it an excellent choice for all gaseous deep sky objects.
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