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About onevelvet

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  1. I have a guitar and a mandolin ... also Patrick Moore played the xylophone.
  2. Wow that would be great, I'd love to get out and about with the telescope, I do't drive though so that is an issue . Western Scottish Highlands , you but get some great dark shies there.
  3. Thanks Pixies, will check that out too, great help on here .
  4. Hahaha, brilliant ... I will turn it the correct way , thanks. I will down load that , great help , appreciate it .
  5. Hi, thank, I never realised I posted this, forgot , I have been told it's a German equitorial mount and advised to Google it or look up YouTube , thanks for replying. ver
  6. Good evening all, I am looking for help/ advice on a telescope I have had for a few years and don't know how to set up , it is a SkyWatcher and had a motor and something which looks like one can set up co-ordinates with, can anyone shed any light on this ? Thank in advance, Chris.
  7. Good day everyone, I hope you are all well, I have a 'Sky-Watcher' telescope and I really have no idea how to set it up ..there is a part with a battery compartment and I think I can input co-ordinates too, I bought it second hand and there are no instructions. Thanks in advance
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