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kingbo37

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  1. Yes, it is those stock eyepieces I have, I will check out that link for sure. Initially I will stick to planetary, but obviously want to see some deep sky stuff too. I had thought of spending a little more and getting a zoom lens, but wasn't sure how good they were across the ranges, and whether getting a few different lenses for a similar price would be better. I do like the idea of spending about £50 per lens at the moment as this is more in the range of what I'd be looking at.
  2. Thanks, I kinda didn't know what I was posting until I had written it hence the wrong forum!
  3. Hi everyone, I was bought a telescope a few years ago, but recently really taking it out and really getting a lot of enjoyment, so I have gone and purchased a Celestron Omni XLT 150 Reflector. Only managed one clear night since then (and being off since I work nightshift) and I'm just looking for some general advice for improving my gear. Eyepiece wise I have the 25mm that came with it, and a cheap 10mm and 20mm that was with the previous scope. I'd imagine purchasing new eyepieces would be a good start but there's so much out there that I don't know where to begin. Budget wise I wouldn't want to spend too much, but also don't want to purchase something just for the sake of it. Thanks for any help
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