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  1. So when should we like find out when we have passed over this is freaking scary boi I would tell you what i think of it all but i`d get banned permantly
  2. So what`s the point in this experiment, i no it`s to understand the universe and big bang better but how? we know that we were formmed from it because it had iron gold etc etc.But this just seems risky to me.
  3. kk thank u both, my scope is still the celestron 114 eq newt wanted the short one, but have the long one.
  4. Freaking awesome pics m8 i do love a good sunset the 4th on looks like armageddon
  5. howdy wayne, welcoem to the asylum, don`t be put off astronomy because of the weather The wait is worth it, anyways enjoy da forum. :hello1:
  6. Yer sometimes other times it`s the mg of a time sometimes less brighter than a star.
  7. It`s eays to spot if there ain`t to many trees and clouds and houses etc about.It`ll look like a star just moving across the sky.I`ve seen it loads of times including coming out of the pub drunk My mate didn`t know what the ISS was lol he asked how did they get it up there.lolwas tempted to say they towed it on the back off a boeing 737
  8. :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: and there`s me complainging about my sky and yet yours is worse than mine.And i no what it`s liek to have trees in the way i used to have em but they cut down on both side i just have house in the way now lol.
  9. That has to be one of if not the best nebulai i have seen even better than the horse head. It`s so relaxing.Super sweat stuff m8 keep at it.
  10. Carl


    Congrats m8 :hello1: i can`t see y it`s a less well known messier.To me it`s better looking than some of the more well know ones,and is that a galazy slightly to the left of it?
  11. :salute: :salute: :salute: :thumbright: :thumbright: Can`t think of any words to say :salute: :hello1: :hello1:
  12. could do with a bit more shadow but nice images none the less. :hello1:
  13. Both very nice images congrats guys. :hello1:
  14. Hey i might come if this is acessible by train and ain`t to exspensive.would be my first SP keep saying i`ll go to one.
  15. Hey i`ve finally seen the light.......... well Jupiter to be more precise lol i just bout 5 mins ago thought i`d have a lookski out of the window and it was quite clear and saw Jupiter just peeping over the houses and without hesitating i grabbed me telescope and had a look for him/her/it and used the 20mm e/p and my god i forgot the thrill you get from astronomy, i saw Jupiter just as a bright whitecircle no detail And i saw the moon i think they are from SNB Callisto Europa and i think Io and Ganymede but deffo Callisto and Europa i just have fallen in love with this hobby again .Try imagingthem but couldn't i am gonna get me some cider in a min to calm down lol just so pumped up after seeing it, it`s no the detail that matters to me it`s the fact that i know what i saw was Jupiter the biggest planet in the solar system and it`s moons.though i am gutted that i didn`t see any detail cause europas shadow`s on Jupiter right now.Ah well i`m glad off what i saw just a nice dark blackground with the moon and Jupiter, right i gotta stop talking now lol. :p :p :D :D :D :lol: :D :) :p Oh yer is cloudy now so just saw J in time with all 3 e/ps so i`m a happy chappy lol.
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