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Jev75

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About Jev75

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  1. Thanks for the great tips. I am especially looking forward to getting a close look at the moon.
  2. thanks for the sound advice David. My finder Is spot on ( more luck then judgement I think ) but I think I definitely need to become more familiar with the scope. Really looking forward to exploring the night sky’s.
  3. Brilliant thank you. Just been out looking at Venus. Having problems keeping my scope still. Thinking my tube is unbalanced,my job for tomorrow I think.
  4. Fingers crossed. Goin try n get out later.
  5. Thanks for the warm welcome
  6. Great. Got loads to go at now. Thanks for all your help.
  7. Thanks for all your help. Got a feeling this lounge is going to be very useful
  8. Book is on its way.
  9. Yes. Sorry still trying to find my way around this lounge. thanks for your advice Much appreciated
  10. Definitely going to purchase this book. thank u.
  11. Thank you. I will defo look up that book.
  12. Thank you very much yes I have got an app so I have been trying to find my away around the sky. I will give that a try.
  13. Hello all just bought a celestron 114 astomaster. i am a complete beginner. I have always been interested in the stars so decide to jump in with both feet and acquire my 1st scope. what would be the best things to try and search for 1st? any hints or tips would be very welcome many thanks
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