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space minx

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  1. found the other place for the other book lol Guide to Northern Constellations (Philip's Astronomy S.) : Robin Scagell : 9780540084531 I'm not sure if I'm allowed to link so feel free to delete if not
  2. there is one for £3.14 on amazon I think it has free postage also for the pocket atlas
  3. was mine the philips pocket atlas? yes I bought 3 for my friends good cheap stocking filler (well I thought so anyway)
  4. I just picked a few of the philips books for some friends (and myself hehe) the Northern Constellations book I got at £2.98 also the pocket sky atlas (5.5 mag) at £2.89 but I can't find the site I got them from I may have the Email still I can look up when I get home if anyone needs it EDIT: Oh it was free postage also
  5. welcome I don't know anything about your telescope but mine is a beginner scope at 4.5 and 114mm :/ but with that I can see jupiter and moons clearly and great moon shots we can also see some of the M clusters I say some as I have only found some so far lol
  6. welcome sorry I can't be of any help
  7. space minx

    Nanoo Nanoo

    Hi from Lancs also welcome
  8. started being interested about 9 did nothing about it other then look up at the stars then dad got telescope few years later abandoned it then I took over it at about 24 I'm now 29
  9. space minx

    Red Light

    I just got a pack of 2 firebulbs in that bargin shop for homes lol I just popped it in a lamp they work good and the pack was only 50p but they are 60w so it turns the room into a photo dark room lol but I have mine for the room reflecting behind me on the balcony so it's not to bright it may be a bit bright for inside a shed
  10. yes I noticed it also I was asking others if they could see it , good Idea about the drawings I will start doing that
  11. I have the 114 I like it I can see the moon very clear and also jupiter (still looking for other things as I have only just started) when my mum bought it (many moons ago) it was over triple the price its at now I know a lot don't like it and noticed a lot say it moves a lot, I don't get this problem but I did at first I just went through all the nuts and bolts tightened it up and now it is still the stand is flimsy though I have put tape on mine 2 make it stronger lol heres a pic of the moon from my 114 (novice pic as I just held cam to lense lol no holder or anything so it aint perfect) that is with the h20 lense the one you get with it I have not taken a photo of the other lenses yet but you get closer and it is still clear I see jupiter's colours when looking at him
  12. aww fab news you made me realise that mine could fall at some point well actually its a deffo as sometimes it will fall when I am stood there but caught it .................. I have just put scope outside but I have put loads of tape around his legs (its the ajusting bit that fails) it seems stronger now lol but I will be looking for better tripod thanks for making me do something about my stand before it fell I know it is not the best answer but it has worked for now
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