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pragmatist

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About pragmatist

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    Fly fishing and Astronomy.
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    Ipswich, Suffolk

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  1. So regret selling my LS60. So much so that I’m soon gonna be in the market for an LS80 with B1200.
  2. Doug you need to take a leaf out of my book and combine that glass of red or in my case Captain Morgan's and combine it with a lunar session. You will feel almost Armstrong, like you are actually there, especially if you have a Questar. Mmmmm
  3. I just managed to grab half an hour of moon observing before the clouds rolled in. It was also a chance to see how good Antonin Rukis reverse moon map is. This is an excellent moon map and really well detailed. Although it’s hand drawn I could easily identify every crater I chose to and also Serpentine ridge on Mare Serenitatis. I’ve wanted to know what that was called for a while now. Its great how the Q can still perform really well even without cool down. loving the Questar and studying the moon with it.
  4. God dag Peter and welcome to the forum.
  5. I have an excellent 10mm Delos I’ve just put up for sale on here. £250
  6. Less than a year old and in excellent condition. Very little use. £250
  7. I love the Brecon Beacons and have been to snowdonia a couple of times. You don’t have to travel far to have dark skies or see the Milky Way in Wales.
  8. Hi, I have just put one on Astro buy and sell this morning. PM me if still interested. Matty
  9. Thanks. It’s incredibly solid and oozes quality. Questar make incredible mounts too.
  10. Absolutely, dark nights and crispy cold ones at that make great viewing. Look after that flu and get better soon. I’ve just realised who you are. Cloudy nights ?
  11. Telescope curses are real. Let's get that out of the way first. It's not coincidence or bad luck etc etc that you can have a week of clear sky, then cloud, wind and rain, it's a flipping curse. That said i was heading to work on a night shift with my new Questar sitting in it's posh little case on the back seat and tonight the weather was behaving itself. Luckily i didn't need the beautiful Tristand as there is a rather convenient picnic bench on the lawn in front of the office. (God bless BT) so that was rather handy. After work had died down a bit and it got to around 10pm i g
  12. Questar 3.5 with Broadband.

    Questar Tristand pier.

    Altair Astro 60mm starwave.

     

  13. Yes i was getting excited by the opposition however dust storms put paid to that and it didn’t turn into the show I had expected.
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