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Geoffw

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  1. Thanks Charic and others for your advice and comment. I have found someone relatively locally who has recently purchased a binoviewer. I'm hoping that once it is set up I might get a chance to test out the experience.
  2. Thanks for the advice. the WO binoviewer with a a pair of WO 20mm eyepieces seems to fit the bill!
  3. I found a Celestron 32mm on Ebay this afternoon that looked identical to my current lens. Closer inspection showed to to be wrongly described - it is a Skywatcher. Hence my question! Looks like I'll have to keep looking.
  4. Hi All My first post, being new to practical astronomy and having just become the proud owner of a Celestron Nexstar 9.25" GPS.. It has a set of Celestron eyepieces with it. I would add my eyesight is not particularly good so I'm thinking of investing in a binoviewer thinking that "two eyes" will be better than one when it come to observing the moon and planets I will need to get a few duplicate second eyepieces - do they HAVE to be identical to my current Celestrons or could I use, say a Skywatch lens instead or maybe the current Celestron Omni Plossls. For example I have a 32mm Celestron Plossl, could it be mated with a 32mm Skywatch Plossl in a binoviewer?
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