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Doc152

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    Lunar Eclipse Dec 2010

    Few pics of the eclipse...between the cold and clouds that night. It was 17F and very cloudy that night...the blanket and opportunity to see a rarity made it all worthwhile.
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    Hello

    Thanks for all the welcomes! I hope this site will enable me to become a better astronomer.
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    Hello

    Hello all fellow pain in the neckers! New to the site, long time skygazer here. Started when I was a kid and just went from there. I try and get out as often as possible and keep a journal even when its cloudy out just to track everything. I use an Orion SpaceProbe 130ST Reflector and have standard 1.25" 25,17,10 and 6mm Plossl lenses, including standard 2x and 3x barlows. In addition, I also use a variable polarizing lens and 5 filters(light filter, med. blue, red, green and yellow) I am planning on upgrading for solar viewing and looking to get an Oxygen filter someday. Other than that, thats pretty much it! Happy viewing!
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