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Glimpse111

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About Glimpse111

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  1. I used to align with 3 stars and never had an issue. Make sure you set it on tracking once it is aligned otherwise moon will walk away
  2. Glimpse111

    My first Imaging ... Moon

    I think its just the focus you need to improve. How you are trying to focus?
  3. Glimpse111

    Last question :)

    then close your eyes and go ahead you will be fine. It is a good combination so you are not starting with anything bad.
  4. Glimpse111

    Last question :)

    sturdy mount is always ideal so I would say start with HEQ5 but I have seen people achieving results with Alt-Az mounts as well so NEQ5 is a good way to start
  5. Glimpse111

    Last question :)

    Its not ideal but will do the job
  6. Glimpse111

    Celestron Skymaster 15x70 or 25x70

    I have had both 15x70 and 25x70. I love 15x70 because it has a wide view and easy to hold. 25x70 is very narrow and havier than 15x70. I would go for 15x70 without giving it a second thought
  7. Glimpse111

    Good book?

    Try your local library and flick through pages and get the one which you feel is simple. Turn left at Orion is a good book and quite popular as well because its easy to understand.
  8. I would say save every penny for the new scope and live with the tripod you have.
  9. Best DP I have ever seen :)

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