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borapanda

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  1. Thank you all for the replies :) I don't have the budget to buy a new scope for now, so I'm trying to bring out the best I can.
  2. Hi everyone! I have a Celestron Astromaster 114 eq (114/1000mm), and I do use it whenever I can, but I'm still quite the newbie when it comes to observing. My point is, I'd like to observe the planets, but I dont't think the standard eyepieces that came with my telescope (10 mm and 20 mm) are powerful enough for that. For reference, the "furthest" I could see were the rings of Saturn , but they were very small and faint too. Are there any specific eyepieces you could recommend? :) And of course, any tipps and advice are also very much appreciated. Thanks, Sophie.
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