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lensman57

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Hi,

Has anyone managed to image tonight?  It is all murky and hazy in sunny manchester again. I am getting real anxious now.

Regards,

A.G

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We had a clear blue sky for a good part of the day but as evening drew on it went cloudy with haze, so did'nt even bother to open obsy.

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Not worth trying to image too much cloud and crud in the atmosphere, I doubt I could have managed a single 10min sub in that.

It seems half the Sahara desert is floating above us (looking at my car with all the dust on it).

ChrisH

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In the South, as soon as it started getting towards twilight the clouds rolled in - as usual!

Peter

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Murky hazy last night, could only see Jupiter and Mars through it!

Telescope stayed parked.

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Hi

Continuous rubbish in Glasgow - not a glimmer of a star :( No forecast for any clear skies either :( I suppose April is traditionally rainy. Sigh.

Still, I've spent some of my time trying to figure out a better way of polar aligning - at least for Azimuth adjustment. Of course, I need to see some stars in order to try the ideas out!

Louise

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Terrible here in the North East - we have had 3 days of murk and fog, and the forecast doesn't look any better until maybe Friday evening.   :sad:

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I'm doing darks.......blooming obsy temperature does'nt change much though.......there is something about this hobby. :evil: :evil:

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Tonight I managed 4X240s of RED on NGC 4631 before the clouds parked themselves over Canes Venatici , Heeha, the good times are back. I was joking 4X240s, pathetic.

A.G

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