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Shoney

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  1. Hi Kriss, thank you for the help, good advice I'll certainly take my time before I make my purchase and getting some binoculars will be my first move, after doing a bit of research I have found a group that is quite local to me and plan on attending one of their open evenings which I'm sure will give me greater insight, I appreciate the help!
  2. Hi, Thank you for the welcome and your help so far, I don't have the largest budget i'm afraid it would be around £500 approx, I understand however im probably asking for a bit to much but again any advice would be great and ill certainly look into equatorial mounts..thanks
  3. Hi, I was hoping for some advice if anyone could please help, I have been thinking of getting into astronomy for a long time however my head is spinning with all the options out there for my first telescope, what I would like is to be able to view both the planets and deep space objects (nebulae) and also to get involved with astrophotography (already have a dslr for that) I was thinking perhaps getting a motorised goto mount telescope but I'm really unsure, any help/advice would be greatly appreciated, Thank you in advance
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