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About broadway

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    Cheshire
  1. First buy help.

    Navigating around the sky takes some getting used to so you could consider starting off with some 10X50 binoculars., you will see a lot more than with the naked eye. Also the wide angle right with normal orientation makes it much easier to relate the view to the star maps.
  2. Zero Budget Astrophotography

    Low initial cost, but the maintenance adds up Loved the video by the way.
  3. star maps for binocular astronomy?

    The bonus content has black on white printable maps.
  4. Free Bahtinov Masks (+ postage)

    Hi there, If you do get round to making some more could you add me to the queue.
  5. Hi from Cheshire

    Apart from a a wife who will complain about desturbing her sleep nights or why on earth you were you up a 4 o'clock
  6. Hi from Cheshire

    Hello, I have recently started to get interested in stargazing now that I am winding down to retirement. I am currently trying to resist going down the telescope rabbit hole at the moment since I'm still learning to hop. I do have 10X binoculars and a spotting scope for now and have tried some short exposure wide field photography. Just hoping for some clear skies. There was one gap in the last week predicted by clearskies at 4 o'clock in the morning, luckily I woke up and managed to see Jupiter's bands and 4 of the moons in a row using the spotting scope. It as a lovely sight that I will remember for a long time.
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