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Hi,

I am off on a break in Norfolk for a week starting this Saturday. I am staying a few miles north of Wroxham. I have only been observing from just outside Preston, Lancashire and it is fairly light polluted as I am close to the city. It has been so light even at 11pm these past several weeks I have given up observing from home for the summer season. So, would it be worth packing my Skywatcher127 telescope up take down to Norfolk? Should I be able to see a noticeable difference if the clouds stay away (and stay up a bit longer)?

Thanks!

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North Norfolk has dark skies so well worth bringing kit but recently the weather has been less than kind to stargazers, plus the night does not last that long this time of the year. A tripod mounted DSLR and or binoculars would probably see action terrestrial if weather prohibits astronomical. 

Have a great holiday

Best regards from George in Lowestoft

 

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