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  1. the first most interesting thing to see is the north is the star Alkaid which was my first sight clear skies my friend
  2. Magnifications (with optics supplied): x16, x32, x40 & x80 Diameter of Primary Mirror: 100mm (4") Telescope Focal Length: 400mm (f/4) Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm x2 Barlow Lens Parabolic Primary Mirror Red Dot Finder Rack and Pinion Focuser Wooden Alt-Azimuth Mount Weight Approx 2.8kg
  3. 8th of january 2016 at 7:42 PM i have located saturn and its 4 moons and im now buying skywatcher heritage 100p to see a close up YES
  4. but what are the nked eye plnets which ones?
  5. i need to know where to look to see other plantes not just the moon so please help
  6. so i already have a telescope but its a small refractor so is this any good http://www.firstlightoptics.com/clearance/clearance_astrozap-light-shroud-for-meade-lightbridge-truss-tube-dobsonian_41829.html
  7. But where would I look to see jupiters rings or the moons around saturn please help
  8. Hello! im in need of a decent telescope below 100 pounds but can see stars up-close for example a celestron or a newtonion but i want to make sure that i buy the right one thanks Eithus
  9. Eithus

    Quadrantids meteor shower

    I was wondering if i would be able to see it in england???
  10. hello my refractor type F36050 telescope, i use the most powerfull magnification on the moon but it wont focus i need help
  11. Eithus

    HEY from oxford

    try F306050 telescope
  12. Eithus

    HEY from oxford

    the model is F306050 refractor
  13. Eithus

    HEY from oxford

    i have a refractor type telescope
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