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BWBlackett

First Telescope - First Light - Saturn

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WOW - AMAZING :saturn:

Using my new 10" Dob delivered today from FLO.

Saturn was easy to find - could see 2 rings around the planet and 5? moons

The Moon has a bit low in the sky to see clearly from here but still managed to see some great views of the craters.

Too much cloud - but I can see some very late nights coming up if the weather gets better. :D :D

Brian.

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You never forget that 1st view of Saturn :D TBH I reckon I feel the same feeling every year the ringed beauty swings into view. Good stuff Brian - enjoy that 10" - lots o good stuff on the way round 8)

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First scope a 10" dob? :shock: Now I have scope envy! :D

Enjoy, because with a month you will want a 12"! :D

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Enjoy, because with a month you will want a 12"! :D

If I got aperture fever I'd want a 10" heheheh :D resist Brian, resist!

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Saturn was my first light with my first scope, a 4.5". It's a great start. There's no end of things to see, eh?

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