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HridaySabz

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  1. http://www.hriwrite.com/2017/03/where-is-all-alien-life-fermi-paradox.html
  2. lonelyspeck.com is a great place to start, but none of the stuff in that video is mine, it's a compilation of NATGEO footage alongside ISS streams.
  3. From the beginning of the human race, to nearly only 400 years ago, everything we knew about space would be observed from the naked eye. Then Galileo came up with his telescope, and the world awakened. We learned Saturn had rings. Jupiter had moons. Within just a few years of that, our entire understanding of the Universe changed. In the next few centuries, telescopes became more complex, of different sizes, lengths, and powers. Hubble is up in space, the ultimate viewing spot. Unhindered by weather, light pollution, or any other inconveniences, it is used by scientists to study the great cos
  4. Hello everybody, I've been a keen admirer of time lapse videos for a while, and most specifically, space-time lapse footage. A few months ago, I threw together some clips of NATGEO and ISS footage together to Mogwai's Auto Rock. I have kept this largely to myself but I think astronomy hobbyists will like it more than the average person. I also took the time to add a few facts and tidbits on space all through out. So, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23RGQt4xlHo I'd like to hear what you guys think. (Watch in 720p or higher.) *PS: Please forgive me if this
  5. Hello Nathan, and welcome to SGL.
  6. Also, should I buy a 2x barlow for better mag.? http://www.celestron.com/browse-shop/astronomy/visual-accessories/barlow-lenses/omni-125in-2x-barlow-lens I suppose this is the right one.
  7. Definitely, I really love this scope because of its mobility. Any particular eyepieces that you'd recommend getting? I think I'll spend a few more months on this scope and then in June around my birthday wait to pick up a better one. Thanks! So far, I've only bought one telescope and that too from an online store, they are, unfortunately, expensive. Looking at the variety of telescopes and accessories made me dizzy, and that was just the Celestron website. However, I'll stick in there and do my research before upgrading. Thanks .
  8. Hello everyone! I have a Celestron Astromaster 70az. I've been on winter break recently and have got the opportunity to utilize it in the evenings and early mornings. I used it this morning around 4-5 am IST to spot Jupiter, and boy was I overcome by excitement. Since I acquired this scope from my cousins', it's been rather untouched. Perhaps the alignment/collimation is off but I only see a distant white speck. It could be the shortcomings of my telescope but I would rather have you guys correct my understanding on this as I am a novice to astronomy. My main inner debate was wheth
  9. Hello, stargazers. Happy new year to all of you. My name's Hriday Sabir, and I'm a 16 year old novice astronomy fanatic. I picked up a celestron firstscope in December of 2015 and used that for around 8-9 months. Got some decent pictures of the moon, but unfortunately that was all I was able to see with that. I lucked in in April when my cousins gave me a telescope they were gifted but had no initiative to use or learn, so I took this Astromaster 70az and have been using it for a few months now. I really would love to delve deeper into astronomy and to really be able to see deep space obj
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