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maxima75

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  1. Thx for the tips. Dobs are out of the question since ill be moving around a lot with it to escape city lights. I will look around for second hand and see where that takes me. And this is cool http://www.12dstring.me.uk/astro.php
  2. Hello all. I am new to astronomy and bought a 4.5" no name reflector a couple years ago which served me very well. I got good looks at Saturn, Jupiter, Venus, etc. But now I think I am ready for something more serious but I'm under a tight budget. The Celestron nexstar 8se would seem to fit my new needs and budget. But I'm curious on how good I will get looks on deep sky stuff. Will I get some details or just bright dots. Feel free to post images that I should expect to see or comment. Thanks for any help making my decision.
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