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MikeStickley

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About MikeStickley

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  1. Hi Steve, thanks, I have come across you guys and was thinking I might pop along to the next meet
  2. Nr Helston, just a gnat's whisker away from the proposed new dark sky area
  3. Hello All, I've decided to ease back into my childhood love of astronomy and stargazing. I sorely miss a 6" home made Newtonian that was passed down through the family but at some point over the all too many decades since has been lost to history. I plan to ease myself back into stargazing, starting with relearning the constellations by naked eye and binoculars, and then, when the time is right to maybe treat myself to a telescope. This is the plan anyway (seen plenty of advice ref not rushing in). My sole purchase so far has been a binocular tripod adapter (I already have the binocs and a good tripod). I will resist the impulse to rush out and buy a scope. I will Resist! Now if only the recent Jovian levels of cloud cover would just go away, maybe I could actually get out there to see some stars... Mike
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