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todick

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About todick

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    Male
  • Interests
    Narrowboats,
    Volunteer lock keeper CRT
    Goldwing motor cycles,fishing and of course Astronomy
    Member of Leicester Astronomical Society
  • Location
    woodhouse eaves, loughborough uk
  1. Hi have you tried inserting a flat headed screw driver just a tight fit into the screw head then lightly tap home and unscrew.
  2. Hi is this still for sale? if so how do you want me to pay for it paypal ok? regards
  3. Hi required Celestron CG5 mount with or without tripod almost any condition thanks
  4. thanks for the reply just done it so will wait a bit and see
  5. Hi I have and old celestron G-8N Newtonian telescope with a equatorial mount, now find that both the RA and the Dec clutch release levers do not work. is there an easy way to free them up so I can re-balance the telescope properly. regards
  6. https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/index.html sorry for the delay regards
  7. Nasa waiting for link live nasa tv 3.30 pm uk
  8. Thanks for the reply Nasa was to the second on the count down but should hear in a few hours ( 4 billion miles 12 years )and still better than British rail regards
  9. A NASA spaceship is zooming toward the farthest, and quite possibly the oldest, cosmic body ever photographed by humankind, a tiny, distant world called Ultima Thule some four billion miles (6.4 billion kilometers) away. The US space agency will ring in the New Year with a live online broadcast to mark historic flyby of the mysterious object in a dark and frigid region of space known as the Kuiper Belt at 12:33 am January 1 (0533 GMT Tuesday). About a billion miles beyond Pluto, a spacecraft is closing in on an icy minor planet — a mysterious little place that's only about 20 miles across.
  10. Hi this forum For Leicester Astronomical Society is under construction and testing Thanks for looking.
  11. Oct 9 ‘Life after Skylark’ by Roger D Cooper, formerly of Leicester University
  12. The 2018 FAS Convention will take place on September 22nd 2018 at the University of York. The convention will start at 9.00am.
  13. Hi mark

    sorry to get in touch again

    on the club site I tried to put an example  picture album on and need to remove it as it did not turn out as I wanted.

    don't see any remove or delete album anywhere.

    I am due give a  presentation  to our committee and members on Tuesday .

     

    I wanted to try it out so I can brief  them on the use.

    thanks

    dick

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