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Geoffteeth

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About Geoffteeth

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  1. How about "The Moore Lounge"
  2. i dont want to collimate it !
  3. You would need something like this for a camera that doesn't have removeable lens, and take your photos through an eyepiece. http://www.ebay.co.u...=item20cba0f55e
  4. Arrrrrrstronomy me heartys
  5. that way he can look through it and, find a scope!
  6. Saw three in 45mins here, then at 0100 clouds rolled over
  7. first thing to buy would be "making every photon count" its a great book that will tell you exactly what you need for what you want to do. its available from flo. it will save you a fortune in the long run, i know
  8. I use the one I already have for ep's and I'm going to see whether they are strong enough for my mount .
  9. These are back on offer £19.99 http://www.maplin.co.uk/flight-case-with-foam-36796
  10. Quick question for you all, I got a new SW200p and due to other commitments and Rain!! Have only just recently got round to having a good look at it. Please take a look at the pics and tell me if its normal for the focusser base plate to be a different radius to the tube, Light does sneak in here. I just wanted to check whether this is normal? When I fitted a new focusser to my old scope I had to shim this area with black foam but to be honest I wouldn't have expected to have to do this with a new scope. Cheers all Geoff
  11. http://www.countrylife.co.uk/property/uk/properties/4033627/sales Hellipad and observatory say no more!
  12. Sent him a question. "Hi can you tell me more about the process you have gone through to authenticate this? also the weight of it please if you have the facilities? Its very exiting to find such a rare martian specimen. please let me know as soon as possible. cheers Mart Ianrover"
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