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Mick H

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  1. Nice picture HunterHarling, it took me ages to find that Spiral Galaxy in your pic. You can read more here: https://www.space.com/38831-faint-spiral-galaxy-photobombs-seven-sisters.html
  2. Should I buy the Televue Apollo 11 mm eyepiece or a Celestron Omni Plossl Eyepiece 12mm? I cannot decide.
  3. Hi Peter, that is my price as it is only just over two months old.
  4. I Paid £348 with Astrozap Dew Shield so it is less than half price. I am selling my Celestron NexStar 90 SLT Telescope £150 This is an entry level to mid-level computerized GoTo telescope I brought from David Hinds Celestron last August. It comes with Asrozap dew shield, Celestron star diagonal, Celestron 25mm EP, Celestron 9mm EP and Celestron Red Dot Finderscope, and all original packaging plus manuals and software. Plus 2 year warranty Reason for sale: upgraded to NexStar 8se I live near Norwich, Norfolk.
  5. Welcome back DK, lovely photo of Saturn.
  6. John, SGL members like yourself are so friendly and helpful. Thank you all.
  7. It can also get expensive if you don't know if your buying the wrong bit/thing, EP .
  8. Thanks Timebandit, I'll have a look a bst starguide eyepiece range.
  9. Hi Ruzeen and welcome, look forward to seeing some of your photos.
  10. Telvue do a 32mm so instead of Focal reducer and 15mm the Telvue 32mm could be the way to go. Expensive but hopefully I'll only buy it once.
  11. Thanks celestron8g8, 32mm with Barlow instead of 15mm then its best of both worlds. I agree 25mm that came with scope has been best for planets and moon for myself aswell.
  12. Thanks Geoff, only visual for me, as I did hear the 8se is not suited to AP. I am leaning more towards the 15mm. Just wondering if the Celestron f/6.3 Focal Reducer would give me better views of DSO's.
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