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johnboy85

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  1. just been out and its thick cloud here in lincoln
  2. just been out for a quick peek and saw 2 in 5 minutes. going to go back out around midnight aslong as the clouds stay away
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    Hi There

    hi mate welcome to this great forum
  4. hi mate welcome to the forum
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    Hi Everyone.

    hi welcome to the forum
  6. hi adam, welcome to the forum
  7. johnboy85

    Newbie

    hi welcome to the forum
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    newbie

    hi welcome to the forum
  9. johnboy85

    Hello

    hi chris welcome to SGL
  10. hi Leigh welcome to the forum
  11. hi dom welcome to the forum
  12. hi darren welcome to SGL
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    Hi

    hi Ray welcome to the forum
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    rank amateur

    hi and welcome to the forum
  15. welcome from the otherside of lincoln
  16. hi everyone i've alway been interested in astronomy and exploring space and had a small telescope when i was younger, but never upgraded from that. so i was delighted last month when my 4 year old sat and watched 2 hours of "The Sky of Night" and said all he wants for christmas is a telescope. Since then he has learnt how to recognise the planets and there names, so yesterday i picked up a reflector telescope for us both to play with, nothink special just a national geographic with a focal lenth of 700mm and objective lens of 76mm and WOW i'm one happy bunny. I set it up last night to check it out and within ten minutes myself and my dad where in awe of jupiter and three of its moons. i felt like i was a kid again. so thats it enough of the life story, looking forward to browsing the forum and getting some tips
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