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Alek_Draven

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  1. thanks for the response all, in the end i've decided to get her both some bin and a telescope. Iv raised my budget to £200 for the telescope. Thanks for all the advice, it is appreciated
  2. Thanks for all of the kind responces. Ill try and answer as best i can, sorry if i miss any. First of all this: http://www.firstlightoptics.com/celestron-astromaster-series/celestron-astromaster-130eq-telescope.html is the one i mentioned in my opening post. Binoculars tend to be more unsteady in my experiance (though iv only really used it for spotting terrestrial subjects in the past). In addition to this, I have more than enough storage space, weight and portability isnt an issue as i will be the one lugging it about and im fairly capable. I appreciate the effort in stearing me away from
  3. Hello, This is my first post so i hope its okay to jump in and ask a question straight away. I should point out that i am COMPLETELY uneducated in this field. My girlfriend loves star gazing, not astronomy. (she loves to look and wonder at stars but cares little for what they are called). she loves just sitting and looking up. She has also REALLY wanted a telescope since a young age. While shopping for something completely unrelated i found a Celestron AstroMaster 114EQ. now to me this sounds like it belongs more to the transformers with a name like that, it looked like a fairly heavy duty pie
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