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  1. Thanks to Tony for organizing another great star party. Great to catch up with the old gang again.
  2. They have already been ordered!
  3. wackier more entertaining gets my vote
  4. I think imaging and processing workshops are always welcome. Just and idea Grant - how about a guest speaker to give a talk in the Café just before the Friday night curry and quiz?
  5. looking forward to it already.
  6. I just came across these amazing images of Jupiter's cloud structure. Some of them have been described as an abstract painting. Here is the link http://www.seattlepi.com/local/science/article/Juno-spooks-NASA-sends-back-wild-images-from-10968892.php#photo-12468882
  7. There are several Billionaires who I would like to send to the moon, on a one way ticket
  8. Klingons, Klingons, Klingons........it has to be evidence of Klingons!!!!!!
  9. Who wants to watch 22 spoiled, highly overpaid millionaires having fun???? Orion any time for me.
  10. An excellent episode in my opinion.
  11. My new QHY16 arrived today along with the 2 inch Ha and LRGB filters. It has a an APS-H sized chip (21.6 x 27 mm), an internal 5 position filter wheel and also comes with it's own off-axis guider. It is probably the first one in the UK, so sorry in advance for the next two weeks of cloud. Going to have a busy weekend playing with this Cheers, Justyn
  12. Steve - the best cure is a double shot of dark rum with a splash of Ribena (blackcurrant) in a tall glass, then top up the glass with hot water. It always works a treat. PS To be taken orally, do not rub on chest
  13. Absolutely amazing!!!!!! Thank you for sharing
  14. I can confirm Tony's comment above that it is not usually a problem. I have taken a number of images at this star party without any stray light problems.