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  1. I'd have my main tent... then this next to it. Although there needs to be a moisture trap in there to prevent the warm smug astronomer having their views messed up! http://brightside.me/creativity-home/this-incredible-transparent-bubble-tent-lets-you-sleep-under-the-stars-106405/
  2. dear all i am looking to have an observing tent to use it for astro imaging equipment that i use on my house roof because it's very difficult to build my setup each day , so please any idea for getting this tent online,and is there any terms that should be consider before buying this tent or any body use tent for the same purpose.
  3. Hi folks, Just to remind you that those wet tents need to be dried out as soon as possible. It was every wet over night on Sunday, my tent got a good soaking and needs to be dried out. I have just set the tent up to dry in the back garden in a cloudless blue sky. The wind is now whipping around the tent with the breeze that has just brought in the those nice dark clouds, my tent seems to have a built-in rain finder! The groundsheet is covered in a wet brown substance, I will let it dry and then brush it off. It is essential to get the tent bone dry as it is a polycotton tent before packing it away for the next adventure which could be the Cumbria star party in Longtown starting 23rd May 2014. (See Star Parties for more details). I would like to thank Peter and Kevin for their timely help in packing the tent away yesterday, it is very heavy when wet. Thanks lads. Cheers Adrian
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