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Hello everyone, Bit of a backround: I've been a keen stargazer when in my teenage years, then couldn't pursuit my passion, but recently, in my forties, it hit me again, as I moved and life is good (South facing large garden, obstructed only from the North by our house, but then I just move the scope further and viola!). Started with 90mm refractor, but was always thinking of reflector. Long story short, I've got my SkyWatcher Star Discovery 150P GOTO a week ago. Bought it second hand, very good condition, and good mirror. Have got two nights stargazing, cought cold and I AM LOVING IT. Now I would like to get me a nice wide angle ep for DSO spotting. The scope is 150mm / 750mm f5. I've done some reading obviously, and Explore Scientific 82 degree series have all good reviews and fit within my budget. I can afford only one, and apparently the best for DSOs is the one that gives 2mm exit pupil. Now, for my scope that would be 10mm piece, and that is not within ES 82 degree range, so it's down to 11mm (2.2mm exit pupil) or 8.8mm (1.76mm exit pupil). My question is: which one would be better for my rediscovered passion? I'm gonna be using that ep for faint mostly. Thanks to everyone in advance for any kind advise.
Hello I have recently brought my first telescope and am looking to upgrade the eye pieces. I have a celestron powerseeker 127eq and was wondering which eyepiece set would best suit the telescope for planets and galaxies. Thanks.
Hi everyone. I would like to upgrade my eye pieces to something better than the cheap Celestron set I have been using for the last 6 years. I have a Celestron Edge 800 now and really want to get the best views when observing our Moon and planets. I would rather buy 1 or 2 good EP's than a few more that are only slightly better than my current set. I am also considering a better Barlow or power ate. My budget is around £500 to cover 2 EP's. The new TelVue Delights got a good review in Sky at Night magazine. Any thoughts most valued. Thanks.
Total beginner, so much to learn, and understand. Have just purchased a telescope, Celestron astromaster 130eq, I have a 10mm eyepiece plus a 20mm erecting eyepiece, my main interest is in the planets, so was hoping someone can guide me to the particular eyepieces I may need.
Just a quick one. i have £60 to spend on equipment. I have a new 8inch dob and was thinking of spending it on eye pieces. Can you recommend a decent upgrade for that price? I was thinking the celestron xcel but I was hoping to get 2 for £60. thanks darrell