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Leon Slade

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About Leon Slade

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  1. Hi There are plenty of up to 2Ghz receivers out there,on Amazon. and see ham radio mags. for lots of adds for receivers. get. one with a spectrum display it,s so much more fun and technically much better Leon
  2. Hi scottumsh You have fantastic base for any astronomy,here in London it is very optically poluted,my star cair would be fantastic up there in bonnie Scotland. I too have a Cannon. 40 D keep in touch, Leon
  3. Hi Anybody out there interested in radio astronomy,I am a radio radar engineer by trade with knowledge of radio astronomy,I am also a super high-frequency ham radio experimentor,I have equipment that goes up to 40 GHz.would app to. getting together with other radio astronomy people kind regards I also have a Star chair 3000 look it up on Google and a big pair of binoculars lens size 125 mm length approx 2ft Leon
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