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Craig Sanclearo

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About Craig Sanclearo

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  1. Thanks again for all the warm welcomes. I've just finished my first viewing through our first ever telescope. Not perfect conditions but enough to enjoy observing Jupiter and its moons. Since coming in from the cold, I've been purchasing more odds and ends for the scope. It's a dear old business! So I'm all set for the next star party. Can't wait!
  2. Thank you, Sarah. It was a pleasure meeting you both, and the wee man of course. Very little chance to use the scope thus far - wind, rain, clouds etc. However, I'm looking forward to the next star party.
  3. Thank you everyone for the warm welcome. I look forward to learning here on the forum and also at the star parties.
  4. Hi everyone By chance I was at Kelling Heath on the Monday after the star party. Just there with family for a few days relaxation and a spot of nature watching. However, since returning home we have purchased our first ever telescope. A Celestron Nexstar 127 SLT Mak and the accompanying NexImage camera. We'd pretty much gate-crashed the tail end of the party, but I must say that the atmosphere at Kelling was so friendly from the moment we arrived. Many astronomers gave me the opportunity to view the night sky through their impressive telescopes. So, here begins the steep learning curve. We've just booked a weekend away at our first official star party - we'll be the ones with the lens cap still on. Craig
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