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astro bob

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About astro bob

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  1. Would it be ok to Show my face for a few hours? And not stop the night?
  2. So it's not time to convert my garage into a bomb shelter?
  3. Does the one from first light also have the function of remote moving? As opposed to using the knobs and handles that are currently on my mount. Thanks for the reply
  4. Hi all. Does anybody know where I can buy a motor drive for my 130p eq2 skywatcher, moving on to imaging and been told I would need one. All help appreciated.
  5. Don't know why it posted that 3 times lol
  6. Thanks for the warm welcome guys. I borrowed a friends 6mm lense and 2x Barlow and used them on the moon and the results were brilliant, but yeh I want to get the Barlow first. Yeh my scope came with a 25 wide angle and a 10mm, and I know not to buy the cheap ones
  7. Thanks for the warm welcome guys. I borrowed a friends 6mm lense and 2x Barlow and used them on the moon and the results were brilliant, but yeh I want to get the Barlow first. Yeh my scope came with a 25 wide angle and a 10mm, and I know not to buy the cheap ones
  8. Thanks for the warm welcome guys. I borrowed a friends 6mm lense and 2x Barlow and used them on the moon and the results were brilliant, but yeh I want to get the Barlow first. Yeh my scope came with a 25 wide angle and a 10mm, and I know not to buy the cheap ones
  9. Yeh I've had a good look at the moon, jupiter and Orion nebulae, it's awesome. Going to invest in a 6mm lense and a 2x Barlow soon
  10. Hi all, I'm rob from greater Manchester. Got myself a skywatcher 130p with eq 2, can't get enough of looking through it, if it isn't cloudy. So I figured I'd sign up on here and hopefully learn a lot more about astronomy.
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