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clarkpm4242

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About clarkpm4242

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  1. clarkpm4242

    NLC & MW action

    Thanks! I have a Canon 200 f2.8 prime You're getting great results.
  2. clarkpm4242

    NLC & MW action

    As above! Lovely, especially the time lapse Is that a crop from a wider lens or..? Cheers Paul
  3. clarkpm4242

    More NLC action

    Lovely timelapse sequence. Clearly shows the impact of the change in lighting on the clouds as the sun moves west to east. Nice!
  4. clarkpm4242

    NLC timelapse

    Hi Nicely done! What s/w are you using to create the video? Cheers Paul
  5. clarkpm4242

    Rechargeable Battery Recommendations

    https://www.firstlightoptics.com/batteries-powerpacks.html Tracer if you can afford them...
  6. I had a 14" non-GoTo version for a while. Optically OK but built like a tank! Not the most portable...IMO. Cheers, Paul.
  7. clarkpm4242

    Burnhope reservoir dark site

    Ha, ha. Actually, I live in Swaledale and we have http://www.reethastro.org.uk/ Reeth Informal Astronomy Group Cheers Paul
  8. clarkpm4242

    Burnhope reservoir dark site

    Also check out https://www.facebook.com/bishastrosoc/ Bishop Auckland AS.
  9. clarkpm4242

    The Barns

    Astroadventures in Devon. I have never been and have no connection with them. Paul
  10. clarkpm4242

    Sky Quality Meter

    Enjoyed reading this thread. Being a DSO observer it seems to match much of my musings and varying enthusiams over the years! Its not just me then!!! Cheers All! Paul
  11. clarkpm4242

    Veil Nebula with Bino’s ?? Doable ??

    I regularly observe the eastern Veil in late summer and autumn from my back garden in Swaledale. Canon 15*50 IS binoculars. No filters. Occasionally western and Pickering Triangle. Good luck Paul
  12. Take the turning opposite the garage and drive straight up the mountain to here https://earth.app.goo.gl/QAy43 Tarmac road (a bit of dirt) then concrete fire road. Check it during daylight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You can also set up in a flat area before starting upthe concrete road. A technical drive! I have been quite a few times. Great for DSO observing. Paul
  13. TMB 92mm f5.5 APO then 16" Dobsonian. 31 Nagler and 13 Ethos with both. For wide field deep sky or faint deep sky. Have fun! Paul
  14. clarkpm4242

    AstroTrac 360

    You can submit questions via the website. Looks like in 2 axis mode a ball head can be mounted on the DEC 'circle' with all the holes. This is where the RA arm is attached to the wedge. Cannot see anyway to do it as a single axis mount though... ...Paul P.S. It will take a PoleMaster with an adapter...
  15. clarkpm4242

    AstroTrac 360

    Will a PoleMaster fit..? It does seem to be a stunning piece of kit... ...the price made me gasp though. Cheers Paul
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