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Lemony

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  1. Hi Gary, A very warm welcome to you, I am very new to all this, and have found that the members are all very helpful and very imformative, hope you do too. Joanne
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    Hi Janine, welcome, I am very new to all this as well, and I've got to say the members are very helpful, Joanne
  3. Its now starting to get a bit foggy here now as well. oh well, perhaps tomorrow night...
  4. Thanks Brantuk, Im trying to download stellarium now, and I will get the sky at night magazine, The skies are really clearing round here, so I'll be going out for another look in a while. Joanne
  5. Thank you astroimpulse, I will indeed, I cant wait to see all the different star formations and maybe a planet or two. Joanne
  6. Hi Brantuk, I got an adapter with them, and we have an old camera tri pod in the loft, which hopefully will work well with them. Just really need to do some research on where to look in the skies and what is i'm looking at!!!! Joanne
  7. Im just so excited!!! It cloudied over a bit a while ago, but I think its clearing, so I'll be out again, Any ideas where I can find out where to look in the sky for constellations or planets? Joanne
  8. Woo Hoo, Im so excited, my binoculars came today, and as soon as it started to get dark, I was outside with them, I am so pleased, I was like a little kid at christmas, and I actually saw all the craters of the moon, which may not sound much to some, but I am just so happy, and so pleased with them, Ive just now got to learn where to look for everything else. :hello2:Joanne:hello2:
  9. Hi, Thank you for all your help with choosing binoculars, Ive just ordered the celestron 15 x 70, hopefully I will be able to see the craters of the moon and maybe a few planets, Cant wait for them to arrive. Joanne
  10. Hi, Well, Ive now given up my telescope as a lost cause, all I seem to see is a blurry haze, I know that living within about 25-30 miles of london dont help, but I did think i would see something,,, anyway enough of my moaning, Ive now decided to but a pair of binoculars, and then if I do drive out to somewhere alot darker they will be alot easier to transport, so, ive done a lil bit of research and found 3 pairs all pretty cheapish, so would like some advice what pair would be best suited to where I live ( near London ). 1..Celestron Skymaster 15 x70 2.. Revelation 15 x 70 3.. Meade 10 x 50 any help or suggestions would be great thanks, Joanne
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    Another new guy

    A warm welcome to you wish Jo
  12. Hi, Well, Ive now given up my telescope as a lost cause, all I seem to see is a blurry haze, I know that living within about 25-30 miles of london dont help, but I did think i would see something,,, anyway enough of my moaning, Ive now decided to but a pair of binoculars, and then if I do drive out to somewhere alot darker they will be alot easier to transport, so, ive done a lil bit of research and found 3 pairs all pretty cheapish, so would like some advice what pair would be best suited to where I live ( near London ). 1..Celestron Skymaster 15 x70 2.. Revelation 15 x 70 3.. Meade 10 x 50 any help or suggestions would be great thanks, Joanne
  13. What brilliant pictures!!! and the story was great, you must be so pleased. Blimey and heres me, still trying to find a planet, any one will do!
  14. Wow Clayton, thats fantastic!!
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