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souls33k3r

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  1. Yeah but knowing Celestron, the body will be plastic. I've heard $199 in US
  2. I'm sure by now the news is out but if you haven't heard, Celestron has made a motorised focuser for it's SCT & EdgeHD (RASA included) range. https://www.celestron.com/products/focus-motor-for-sct-and-edgehd Images take from Celestron website Let the debate begin
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    Rosette Nebula HaSHO

    Can not fault this image Rodd. Love it. Is it me or do you notice the slight multi colour ringing around bright stars?
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    What did the postman bring?

    A brown man wearing a Kilt is exactly what you all want to see.
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    Esprit 120 part 2

    Great image Ken. One question though, what's with the diffraction spikes/X like thing going on in the bright stars?
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    46p just

    I'll still be here on that day
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    46p just

    Can't wait to observe this bad boy firstly on the next clear night and then on the 16th
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    46p just

    That's a lot of comet for 15s image. Superb matey
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    46p just

    Awesome stuff mate. Mind if i ask what was the exposure length?
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    NGC 1514 - The Crystal Ball Nebula

    how "round" are those stars. Impressive image mate. Well done
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    Observing Comet 46P

    It's the Meade's GoTo system which i have no idea about. The thing is i'll be joining this local group of observers in Pakistan on the 16th of December so knowing what to do or where to look for is going to be very critical. The main GoTo scope is going to be a smallish so am hoping it will be in the FOV
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    Observing Comet 46P

    Cheers fellas! this has helped me a great deal and given me the confidence
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    Observing Comet 46P

    Because i haven't done this for a verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry long time, i take it that every handset on a GoTo mount has the option to input the RA and DEC axis to locate objects manually? If there is, then is https://theskylive.com/46p-info the accurate source of information to get this from? Going by what @Davey-T mentioned that Stellarium and Sky Safari don't agree on the location.
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    Observing Comet 46P

    Awesome stuff Andrew! This is going to be a great help. Cheers for that.
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    Observing Comet 46P

    dang! so what's the best way to locate this bad boy? Since it will be visible to the naked eye, do you think a finderscope will be able to pick it up if i use something like SkySafari or https://theskylive.com/46p-info for it's axis?
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