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roseholme

Another newbie

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Hi, I have had a passing interest in the night sky most of my life, but just had a telescope bought, so think I need to be part of a section to aid me in using it best

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Hi and welcome to SGL - I hope that you enjoy your time here, it's a friendly place full of helpful folks :D

Look forward to seeing you around :)

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Welcome to SGL roseholme! This is a very friendly place for help and advice. 

I have family up near you in Redcar. What scope did you get?

SS  :smiley:  :smiley:  :smiley:

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Hi and welcome to SGL. I live in Boro, but I'm a cockney by birth. Lol. The first time I typed that my kindle changed cockney to cocaine!

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A Celestron astromaster 114, didn't want to go sky high price until lot more knowledge is gleaned, keep in touch

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Welcome to SGL. There is a lot of helpful people here. Enjoy your stay.

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Hello and a warm welcome to the SGL. Please do not be afraid to ask questions and remember the only silly question is the one you do not ask.

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Hi and welcome to SGL.

Lots of friendly people on here with more help and advice than you could shake a stick at.

Regards

and

Clear Skies

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Thanks to all for your welcome, will be using site for help when this flipping cloud cover disperses and I can use my new scope, and for Mr Spock please don't call me Rose, I am a full blooded male member of our species. LOL

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Hi all, I had my grandson round last night, and we christened the scope by trying to count the stars in the Pleiades cluster, we couldn't, but it was a real eye opener for both of us. 

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