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les 58

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  1. HI and welcome to SGL from another newbee
  2. Just signed up . Being new any help is welcome so why not !
  3. Wow, thanks for all the welcome messages and words of encouragement. I have just set up and balanced my scope then got my first look at the late afternoon moon using 25mm eyepiece and x2 barlow and moon filter and i am amazed at the detail through such modest equipment. now to check for early evening planets or anything else i can find for my first evening of observation. cheers all
  4. Hi , my name is Les and for a while now i have been increasingly interested and even fascinated with all that is around this rock we call home. After pondering the question of telescopes for a beginner such as me ( 56 year old man with to many questions about the world) i finally decided to take the plunge. I have now purchased a used Skywatcher 150p on an EQ3-2 mount along with various extras which include some good beginners books , sky chart and planisphere. There is also a phillips ccd camera so maybe i will be able to start some simple imaging in time ??. With a little time and he
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