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ro88ieuk

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About ro88ieuk

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  1. First attempt at Moon Shooting, luckily a spot of Insomnia (astronomy's a good hobby for that) helped me capture this. Sky-Watcher 200P, x2 Barlow with a unmodded Canon 60d DSLR and an in line moon filter.
  2. Sorted...take the filter out...Doh!!!..:-)
  3. Early this Morning, Sky-Watcher 200P, Canon 60d + Moon filter through a T-Ring attached to a standard x2 Barlow...not NASA or most of your standards but my first..well chuffed!! ..ps..does anybody know why this set up will not pick out stars? ?..thanks
  4. Ditto...and I thought I was the only one!!..
  5. Amazing!!..intrigued to see if any answers come out of this..I've been totally transfixed on those little dots...
  6. Man in the Moon peeping out of high wispy cloud...Samsung J3 through one eye piece of20x80 Celestron 'noculars one in negative mode
  7. I've been trawling around the net and SGL getting ideas for my own obsy when I stumbled across this!!. Your house and dobsy position is virtually indentical to my own so thanks for the pictures and build information, brilliant stuff, thank you.
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