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andy fearn

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  1. As already suggested, try hibernate and see what happens . save's a lot of time. are you setting up on a tripod each time. nine is on a pier.
  2. lovely images. the widefield is stunning .congratulations on efforts.
  3. Thanks for info mike. will give it a go. clear skys.
  4. Lovely image mike, what sort of time was that ? I had a second try last night, much better than my first attempt. will have to try with star adventurer.
  5. Fantastic image. congratulations. thanks for sharing.
  6. Hi. thanks for sharing. i don't have equipment to view the sun in such detail, so it's always nice to see others images.
  7. Amazing. thanks for posting. don't have equipment for such images so always a great pleasure to look at .
  8. Hi. I was thinking of putting my 150-600 sigma and Nikon 7500 on mine. What do you think ???
  9. I had a star-adventurer for Christmas and haven't had chance to use it yet. will be pleased if I get something of that quality. very nice.
  10. WOW, just looked on you'r flickr page, amazing images.
  11. Hi Barry and welcome. I see you have visited Gibraltar. When my wife and I did the tour up the rock she also had a visit to her person by an ape, but it sat on her head. She screamed at me to do something so I took a photo of her. glad to hear your enjoying your self in this frustrating hobby. regards.
  12. Wow . stunning video. lovely part of the country, have been over and under the viaduct. need to get back up there soon. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Amazing image.not seen it like this before. Fantastic.
  14. I like that very much. would look nice in a frame on a wall.
  15. Impressive.i like it. Good luck with the new scope.
  16. I don't think you will have any regrets what so ever. Time saved setting up is a bonus and if weather come's in quick just roll it back. good luck.
  17. Hi peter, thanks for reply, I think i will stick with stellarium as i am getting familiar with it. I have downloaded celestron driver and other ascom platform but with no luck. getting frustrated with it now. thanks again.
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