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MeSeany

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  1. Hi not had chance as yet too busy dancing and new keyboard - will nail it next few nights
  2. Think I'll try the polar alignment - star alignment - then back to home - oh look home is miles out - move to home manually - retry alignment - yup I can see the star technique Sent from my D6603 using Tapatalk
  3. Hi Kev, Im clicking it but its coming up with: We are sorry, but the page you are looking for cannot be found.If you typed the URL directly, please make sure the spelling is correct.If you clicked on a link to get here, we must have moved the content.Please try our store search box above to search for an item. If you are not sure how you got here, go back to the previous page or return to our store homepage.
  4. Hi Kev, Im so keen to open the attached pdf but the link is broken - can you send another?
  5. Thats a really good idea thank you - hope to be out this weekend
  6. I did originally put wrong date in in 9th April - on ok - im near berwick upon tweed
  7. I double checked all that I may try and get an Astro mate round
  8. After polar alignment the scope is roughly pointing at Polaris - but when aligning on Arcturus the scope seems to be 20/30 degrees out
  9. Ive managed to find Polaris with my eq5 polar scope but I thought the next step (before 2 star alignment) was to keep the scope straight along its axis but when i then try to align its miles out its supposed to be a few minutes out but its miles out - any ideas?!
  10. Its a skmax 150 so similar - still thinking same?
  11. An intrustion in the scope? I took Jupiter pics before and they were fine
  12. No - its a very zoomed in star
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