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Sol HA AR2650, AR2648 10-4-17


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very very cloudy here got these pics by the skin of me teeth, darn forcast wrong again :hmh:, the new AR is looking very nice in the vis in the clear bits, there looks to be 1 spot but could be a few pores aswell.

kit- ed80, ERF, Quark chromo, asi 120mc.

thanks for looking and I hope you have better skys than me,  charl.

AR2650.

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Wider

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AR2648.

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Wider.

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prom not very good image, the cloud wouldn't play fair.

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thanks Dave S, yer mate I was lucky thismorning to get a few gaps, the pics turned out a lot better than I thought thay would with the amount of cloud in the vids. its starting to clear here at the mo, and its forcasted clear here for tomorrow but thay said that about today. hope you get clear , charl..

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