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neurostar

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  1. Hi, thank you for your reply! i'm not sure if it would need to be portable or not. i'm guessing portable is more expensive? also, i'm not sure if i'll have much light polution (i haven't moved yet) but that is something I will keep in mind! i probably could not spend more than $100. could i get a quality scope for around that much? -neurostar
  2. Hello all! I'm new to the forum and I'm excited to enhance my knowledge in astronomy I know very little about telescopes or even what to look for when buying one. I'd love to buy an expensive telescope that can view deep space and has a good camera but I'm a poor graduate student so I'd be limited in what I can buy Any advice on what sorts of telescopes I should look for that are cheap but still powerful enough to view celestial objects not visible to the naked eye? Thank you! -neurostar
  3. neurostar

    Hello!!!

    Hello, I've always been fascinated with space but never really took time to study it in depth. I started to read an amateur astronomy book and decided to become more involved since I was so interested. I'm currently a senior undergraduate, but next fall I'll be starting a PhD in cognitive neuroscience. I'm hoping I have enough time to do some amateur astronomy on the side! -neurostar
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