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Alan64

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About Alan64

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    ...astronomy, naturally.
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    Mid-South, U.S.

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  1. Goodevening sir, as it is 9:59 here in Nigeria.

    Please I have some enquiry I want to make sir. Jupiter has been visible for a while now in the morning sky but it appears as a small star. My question now is how do I use my telescope to view Jupiter since it is so far away, because I have been trying to but I haven't succeeded so far.

    Thank you very much.

    Louis

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