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  1. Hi all, looking for a Meade 497 Autostar or Audiostar handbox/controller for an LX90, with or without cable. NOT Autostar 2. Must be willing to send to France, payment by bank transfer only no Paypal. Thanks Bob
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    Hello Mitten, welcome to SGL, the help and answers are just a post away
  3. Thanks for the replies gents, going to go with ES82°s
  4. Hi will this work with an LX90 if so I'll take it
  5. Saturn for me too, through a friends 70mm refractor, a very close second was Jupiter after Shoemaker Levy 9 at Toothil observatory near Southampton
  6. I'm the proud owner of an LX90 sct and have a good budget for eyepieces, the question is which would suit the telescope best given it's relatively small fov. Can I justify the 82° ES's or would the Hyperions give just as good a view Thanks Bob
  7. All in the title, 2" Diagonal for SCT . Must be willing to post to France, payment by bank transfer Thanks Bob
  8. Thanks for the advice, finally went with the LX90. Now all thats needed is a clear night, forecast rain for the next week here (France)
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    Hi Everybody

    What a friendly place, thanks for the words of welcome Bob
  10. Hi. just returning to astronmy after 5 years away. After a bit of scrimping and saving I'm now in the position to acquire a telescope. It's been narrowed down to two options, could the members of this wonderful website give me some opinions on my choice ? 1 Meade LX80 mount with an 8" Meade sc acf, and a set of eyepieces (Celestron plossls) . Excellent condition and hardly used for 1500 euros or.... 2 Meade LX90 8" with Set of Meade eyepieces, 2 Baader Hyperions, 2x barlow Meade DSI and solar filter . Same condition for the same price. I had an LX90 before and absolutel
  11. B77

    Hi Everybody

    Hi everybody, just returning to astronmy after a 5 year hiatus.
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