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bunnygod1

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About bunnygod1

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  • Birthday 18/06/66

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  1. Not sure whether the refractor I have would be any use, it's a Bresser skylux 70mm x 700mm. I am pretty sure somebody on here used one a couple of years back. Obviously not the aperture you require, but a cheap option maybe.
  2. Hi welcome to SGL from Pete in Bedfordshire :-)
  3. Hi welcome to SGL from Pete in Bedfordshire :-)
  4. Hi welcome to SGL from Pete in Bedfordshire :-)
  5. Hi welcome to SGL from Pete in Bedfordshire :-)
  6. High quality shot through the clouds!
  7. Some lovely fine detail visible there.
  8. A nice set of images.
  9. Very nicely done.
  10. All good things come to an end. It's been fun watching the animation development.
  11. Two decent nights this year so far for me. You have captured some fine detail despite the conditions.
  12. Good end result despite the conditions, I managed 1 RGB run before I gave up. Very poor transparency due to high cloud and the Jetstream made it very difficult.
  13. Two very nice images some nice detail visible on Jupiter.