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Tobiasen

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About Tobiasen

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    Oslo, Norway
  1. I have a SW200p dob, and I'm very happy with it. I have no problems (relative to my experience) with finding my way around the sky with the supplied finder scope. Although it may be a lot easier with one of those mentioned above. I think the eyepieces are more critical, but I would recommend getting to know the sky and your scope before buying a lot of equipment. And be aware of the size. At least I was surprised by the size of the scope. Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 4
  2. This series is also on Netflix, atleast in Norway. The effects is overdone a few times, but it's still entertaining and educational.
  3. On Tuesday I was looking at Uranus for my second time in my SW200p dob, only this time with my brand new ES82 6.7mm, when there suddenly appeared a white spot something like five to seven "Uranuses" to the right of Uranus. A bit later a new white spot appeared below, at about the same distance from Uranus. I think the seeing was gradually improving while I sat there, amazed by the distant frozen sphere. When I later compared my drawings to Stellarium these spots were at pretty much the exact location of Ariel (Below) and Oberon (to the right). Can it really have been moons i saw?
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