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Jupiter_13

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About Jupiter_13

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    Space, photography, history, travel, art, film,
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    Gloucestershire, UK
  1. Hi everybody As my title says I'm a complete beginner! I'm a photographer so I'm interesting in merging the two together. I have never owned a telescope but I have been doing some research and there are so many terminologies I'm not familiar with. To narrow things down I'm currently looking at a Skywatcher Explorer 150p (hoping for something less than £300). I'm interested in the planets at the moment and would love to be able to see Jupiter in particular. I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts or could point me in the right direction Lizie
  2. Thank you so much everyone. James thank you for the recommendation I haven't come across that book before Lizie
  3. Hi everyone I'm Lizie, I live in Gloucestershire and I'm obsessed with Space. Ever since I was 7 years old it's been a fascination of mine. Books, documentaries observatories but I'm now venturing into a new phase and I'm looking to buy my first telescope which is rather daunting. I'm also in love with photography so I cannot wait to combine them. My favourite planet is Jupiter but I also have an interest in Saturn and Venus.
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