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parallaxerr

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  1. Finally getting around to some observing with the AA 102ED-R. Which end do I look down again?

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    1. Alan White

      Alan White

      The Big one, makes it easier to see 😉

    2. Alan White

      Alan White

      So what were your thoughts on your new scope?

       

    3. parallaxerr

      parallaxerr

      So far, so good Alan. Accepting the smaller diameter than the Equinox 120 and consequently dimmer image, I'm very happy with it. It has certainly made a MASSIVE difference to setting up, so much quicker and easier on the AZ4 that I can see this scope getting more use over the years.

      Mostly been observing Jupiter, the detail is there that I saw in the 120, just not quite as bright an image, but really not a deal breaker.

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