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Posted March 7, 2010
hi and welcome to sgl
hi welcome to sgl, apparently the light pollution filters are very good
hi welcome nice moon pic
welcome to the sgl from england
welcometo sgl spock
hi and welcome, lots of patience required for astrophotography at least that's how i have found it so far especially when that Barlow is used, where did that planet go???
hi and welcome to you both
hi tim andwelcome!
Posted March 7, 2010
Edited March 7, 2010 by bunnygod1
hi welcome sgl lots of helpfull people here! gettin a etx today cant wait to point it skywards
Posted March 5, 2010
very nice drawings
in Imaging - Widefield, Special Events and Comets
i had a look at this on the night ,but as for imaging a single object is hard enough at the present lol.great shots its amazing what you can do after the pic is taken! well done
great video,some thing i have always dreamed of seeing
in Imaging - Solar
in Discussions - Scopes / Whole setups
Posted February 28, 2010
have managed to find a Meade etx 125 PE picking it up this weekend cant wait to play with it
would love to hear any advice or experiences anybody has with the scope and what eyepeices would be recommended
hello and welcome! stevenage is just down the road from me,as for the lights your only hope is a power cut or a air rifle (only joking ) but they are a pain!
hello and welcome watch out for those orcs
Posted February 23, 2010
hi welcome to sgl
hi welcome to sgl some nice pics there and a nice set up
Posted February 21, 2010
wellcome to sgl i am new myself its good here
in Observing - with Binoculars
i would love a 22 x 85 or bigger but the price is too much
Posted February 19, 2010
just downloaded the template job for next week at work
binoculars are a great way to start exploring,have a look at the bino section of this forum
Posted February 18, 2010
sometimes there just isnt enough time to drag the scope out so its over to the binos my celestron 15x70 are the best £70 i have spent.
well at the weekend i saw M36,M37,M38 all clear misty clusters in Auriga.
M35 distinct smudge in Gemini.M44 the beehive was fantastic in cancer.Hyades & Pleiades both looked great much better with a larger field of view.but the real surprise was M42 the Orion nebula i swear there was more nebulosity through the bino's than my c8!