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Interstellar1

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About Interstellar1

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  1. Hi, thank you for all the replies, greatly appreciated. I have a Sky-Watcher 'Skyliner' 200P so I think their is ample room for both so ill go with that. Thanks ☺ Paul
  2. Hi, sorry if this sounds a bit daft or has been covered in another thread. Going to get myself a Telrad but wasn't sure if it should be used to compliment the finder scope I have, or should I use to replace finder scope? Paul
  3. Found the star hopping pdf very usefull, think I'll be getting myself an RDF. Thanks.
  4. Not quite from Edinburgh, but a noob from over the bridge. New to SGL too but have had a warm welcome like yourself.
  5. Wish this weather would let up so I can get started with new scope ☹️

  6. Thank you all very much for the warm welcome ☺ Paul
  7. Hi, I have been 'snooping' around the SGL forum for a few months now & have found a wealth of information that has helped me a lot. Decided to join & hopefully learn more. Have been an avid stargazer for many years with the naked eye. Did have a cheap, poor quality newt that is probably as old as me, but was a waste of time. Got myself a new scope (Skywatcher Skyliner 200P), mostly due to comments here on forums. Looking forward to gaining more experience from all. Thanks, Paul
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