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  1. There is a stargazing event at Woolsthorpe Manor near Colsterworth in Lincolnshire,at 7.30pm on Friday 27th April 2012.Please feel free to come along,and if you are a society,group,club,and you want to set up some telescopes,please contact Kim Barnett at the manor.
  2. hello,my name is Jonathan,ive been into astronomy since i was a kid,now in my 40's,finally got round to doing it.I have 3 scopes,all Skywatchers,the startravel 150,Evostar 120 and Startravel 80.Im mainly a visual observer,main interest in the Moon and planets.I try to attend the Kelling Heath starparties,so maybe i will see some of you there? Clear skies everyone
  3. hi everyone, i currently have a Skywatcher Startravel 150,and was thinking of selling and buying the Startravel 120.Would i be making a big mistake?Dont get me wrong,the 150 is great but was thinking of an imaging scope a tad smaller.I do have the Evostar 120,and to be honest,i dont think there is much between them both in power and performance.So before i do anything,can anyone out there help me decide? Clear skies everyone