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Managed to get a few pics of the moon holding my phone up to the eyepiece and then *attempted* to edit them. I done the editing with a free app I found, Jus not sure if I've over done it. There didnt

Yes 9.9999/10

Well done, you have shown what can be done with fairly basic equipment. I keep meaning to have a try with my point and shoot camera but realise this might start me on a slippery slope.

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...but I will be upgrading at some point in the future, hopefully.... :)

...and this is where the slippery slope starts ;) 

On a serious note that really is a cracking effort. I've used much more equipment to get worse results, you should be really chuffed!

Cheers

Will

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...and this is where the slippery slope starts ;)

On a serious note that really is a cracking effort. I've used much more equipment to get worse results, you should be really chuffed!

Cheers

Will

Thanks :) yeah I was quite surprised on the outcome, time to start saving, Planetary Next! :D

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