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Ronclarke

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About Ronclarke

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    Star Forming

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  • Interests
    Model railways and birding..
  • Location
    Newark on Trent Notts

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    ronclarke777@yahoo.co.uk
  1. APT is the best program, I'm sorry you don't get on with it but I use the FB page to learn and use it myself!
  2. I.m hoping to get 100 if I can, some can't be seen from the UK. I struggled with M41 and got part of the obsy wall in as well!! Good luck with your count!! Ron
  3. I set myself the challenge of photographing as many Messier's in a year as I can, March 31st 2019 to march 31 2020. I have imaged 89 so far, some good some not so good but an image all the same! Some I had to check with Astrometry.com! It's made my last year interesting and at times challenging for sure. Good luck Ron
  4. +1 for APT from me as well, been using it for ages with no problems at all. watch for the updates and check it up on FB as well! Ron
  5. I also use one of these and have no problem getting focus, highly recommended!
  6. I fitted a Moonlite focuser directly onto my ED80, everything lined up but I also had to sand of some excess black paint in the tube assembly. Cheers Ron
  7. Great image and a testimony to a good scope !!
  8. What power supply are you using?
  9. I went for a Moonlite, 2 reasons, 2 accessory shoes and rotation! Never looked back!!
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