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Dark Amender

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About Dark Amender

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  1. Thank You All For You Help I Have, Just Tonight Senn Saturn Through A 10mm Using A 2x Barlor It Was Pushing It But It Was The Most Amazing Sight Ever. 10mm + 2x Barlor It Was At 180x Magnification So I Might Not Need Any More EP's But I Might Get A 6 or 7 mm EP. I Appreciate All You Help... Thanks Dark Amender
  2. No i dont wear glasses im not too fussed about a wide field of view because it will be for looking at planets and i have a Celestron AstroMaster 70EQ
  3. I am thinking of getting a new eyepiece for Planet watching. I use a 10mm eyepiece. i just got a 2x Barlow wich will send it to the same as a 5mm. would a SkyWatcher LER 2mm Eyepiece 1.25" for £30 actully work? or am i Better of Getting the SkyWatcher LER 5mm Eyepiece 1.25" would that work better for looking at planets? or would i be better of spending more and getting a Celestron X-Cel 5mm Eyepiece 1.25" or a Celestron X-Cel 2.3mm Eyepiece 1.25" ?? What would be the best Quality/Money eyepice here for looking at planets? Thanks, Dark Amender
  4. Hi, i am wondering wat to look for... I have only seen the basics and want to see more! I have seen: Saturn, Mars, Orion Nebula, Andromeda Galaxy (but the faintest ever small blob), The Seven Sinsters, and thats it... is there anything interesting that is pritty big in your eypiece? (i have 20mm(45x Magnification) and a 10mm(90x Magnification) and i have a pair of 10x50 binoculars. i am itching to see something quite big... as in when u look in the eypice it looks like say 1-2cm... So is there anything interesting such as a nebula or Globular Cluster ect. Thanks a lot, Dark Amender
  5. Thanks Verry much for all ur help guys, i will probably buy the LP filter Thanks a lot you have all been verry helpful, Dark Amender
  6. lol this all all kinda confusing but hey... im a noob... so is it woth £20 or is it a load of rubish? is there something better i could get for £20 ?
  7. Do £20 Light Pollution Filters Work? I am thinking of buying one because of the stupid amounts of Light Pollution in Oldham. would it really make a difference or is it a waste of money? Would it make the Andromeda Galaxy look like a galaxy, and not the faintest ever small blob? Also i have some 10x50 binoculars they can see blue clouds of the Orion Nebula but with my telescope all i can see it the 2 stars... would it help with that? and will i ever be able to get the Horse Head Nebula with the stupid amounts of LP in Oldham? Thanks, Dark Amender
  8. lol i probably sound like a total noob but hey... we was all noobs at one point. so can any1 tell me how 2 post in the Fourm? Thanks, Dark Amender
  9. Do £20 Light Pollution Filters Work? I am thinking of buying one because of the stupid amounts of Light Pollution in Oldham. would it really make a difference or is it a waste of money? Would it make the Andromeda Galaxy look like a galaxy, and not the faintest ever small blob? Also i have some 10x50 binoculars they can see blue clouds of the Orion Nebula but with my telescope all i can see it the 2 stars... would it help with that? and will i ever be able to get the Horse Head Nebula with the stupid amounts of LP in Oldham? Thanks, Dark Amender
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