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What's a serious Telescope?

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It is the KELT (Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope) in the Karoo, South Africa.

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On 09/10/2019 at 12:21, Alfian said:

To pick up on and reinforce Peters point,  when I find myself looking at bigger and/or better astro'equipment, when either I'm ashamedly not or can't use what I have,  I  try to remind myself of what Galileo used so influentially.  To misquote somebody, serious is as serious does.


But would Gallileo and his telescope have been taken seriously if he had this to contend with?

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Urgh, that's disgusting. And I've just had my dinner too.

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