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  1. hi, getting my first tracking mount delivered tomorrow. Can anyone give me or point me to a good guide for polar alignment for the SW SA. Also any tips/tricks thanks
  2. Good day fellow SGL members! Not even minus 30 C could discourage me from going out on a clear night on the weekend where I don't have to be up early. Nearly froze solid, as the night progressed to lower temps and a windchill of purportedly minus 43 celsius. I don't think I experienced that low, but I didn't stay for longer than just over an hour, with a couple breaks to the warm house or garage. Got a bit of visual in as well. Just a 13mm nagler and scanning around on the DSV-M mount. FC, AS!3, ImPPG, Gimp
  3. Hello all, I have taken a brief break in my studies to image the moon, now that it is getting higher in elevation during winter. Quick and dirty, guerilla style imaging with some new gear. Time seems to be getting less and less for me these days. TS72mm F5.5 apo, ZWO ASI120mm, Skywatcher Star Adventurer
  4. Good day fellow SGL members, I was out last night imaging the moon. This imaging run turned out fairly good, which in turn, sort of makes up for the fact I ruined a brand new refractor by accidentally dropping it on concrete and shattering the objective of my contrasty Vixen 81S. Very disappointed as it was my favorite visual scope, but it was late and all I can do is learn from my mistake. Anyways, 3 min vid with FC, AS!3, RS6, Gimp
  5. Good day all, I braved the cold (minus 25 degrees Celsiuss) to finally image this phase. I realized most of my prior imaging was near full moons. This required different techniques, so I am glad I got my chance. Backyard session lasting about 35min before my hands almost fell off haha. Stellarvue SV60EDS, ASI120mm usb 3.0, SW Star Adventurer AS!3, Fitswork, Gimp, Thanks for looking and clear skies! Cheers from Canada
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