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walter86

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About walter86

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  1. thanks for answers. i have a skywatcher bk 607, d 60mm, f700mm. the lenses that followed the pack was one super 10 mm, one super 20 mm, barlowlens and a 1,5 erecting eyepiece (that i have no ide what is.) this was a birthdaypresent. my family know that i love stars and planets. so i would verry much like to watch the planets. i have been watching Jupiter now, but it is blurry. i have been using all the tips and trix, the svope have been outside about 30 minutes before i used it, mye eyes are used to the darkness, i live far away from cityligths etc. i also read somwhere here that the eyepices that follows a pack like this is of bad quality? the moon i can see good, using the green filter that came with so i dont have to get used to the darkness again.
  2. hello! i was wondering: are all eyepieces to refractor telescopes universal? i think i need to get some new lenses to my verry basic, newbie telescop
  3. so many nice people her! wow auroras are mostly seen up in the north. seen it a few times here in the south of norway. but it is absolutly beautifull. someone ask that q up here. live near oslo
  4. yes. browsing around now
  5. looks like a great website now that i am getting startet with my starwatching
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