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dazza5232

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About dazza5232

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  1. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    Thanks for all the advice everyone got some good views of it again last night taking onboard everything that you's have said.
  2. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    I'm just getting a telescope so I'm just learning but I'm slowly getting there got two lenses that came with it and a 3x Barlow not to sure on what's the best lenses.
  3. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    Yea it was quite high up last night when I was looking it was about half 1 I get a great deal out the back of my house but I'm not to far from the northumberland national park so I head might be heading up that way tonight.
  4. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    Thanks John I'm all set up for a good session tonight as I have a nice clear sky again and hope to get some good views in.
  5. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    Thanks just trying to get it a little bigger that might come as I learn more.
  6. dazza5232

    Jupiter for the first time

    Thanks for the advice I will take a look at that article and see if it can help me a little more.
  7. Just got to look at Jupiter for the first time with my 10mm and 3x Barlow I'm well chuffed I got to see some bands. just wondering what I need to see it better. Got a celestron 130 eq.
  8. dazza5232

    Hi everyone

    Just joined and looking for tips always been interested in astronomy and have just getting a celestron astromaster 130EQ telescope to start off with.
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