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Arbennek

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About Arbennek

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  1. Awesome, just want I needed to know. Thanks for the help.
  2. Good question. My budget is £300-350, so most likely a 127.
  3. I currently have a pair of 10x50 bins, with a view to getting a scope in the next couple of months, once I've sold one of my bikes to make some room/money. Like all newbies I was heading towards an 8" dob, but have recently found a love for double stars and while reading about them, have learnt the merit of maks. Basically what I'm asking is, how much of a compromise would I be making regarding the rest of the night sky if I got a mak just to focus on doubles?
  4. They're not the best skies in Cornwall, I live in the middle of a village and 3 miles or so from a decent sized town so there is a bit of light pollution. But from the back garden much of the milky way is just about naked eye visible and so is M31 if you know what to look for so I can't complain!
  5. Hi SGL Long time lurker, I've decided to take the plunge and join the party. Current owner of some 'budget' 10x50 binoculars which have served me more than adequately, with the intention of acquiring a dob, once I can make some space to keep it that is! I look forward to firing off plenty of daft questions. Clear skies, James