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PGA-64

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    General all round interest in both visual and imaging - planetary / solar / DSO
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    Suffolk UK

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  1. Why when you have new kit to test does the cloud and rain roll in?

    1. emadmoussa

      emadmoussa

      What kind of assumption is that?! :D

    2. ronin

      ronin

      All astronomical equipment is sent in a dehydrated state - to save on weight and volume and so keep the shipping cost low. The clouds are required in order to rehydrate the items you purchased to the correct size in order to function correctly. Usually 4-5 days of cloud and general atmospheric moisture is required, however larget items can need a week or two.

    3. JimmyC

      JimmyC

      because cloud.

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