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I decided to to go with the smaller 4.5 inch reflector, this evening. 

The moon was lower down this evening, as compared to yesterday. There was some hazy cloud too, giving the moon a slight yellowish tinge, not pink! 

Using the supplied 25mm and 10mm MA EP's I could see a blueish edge around the moon, which I believe is chromatic aberration. This blueish tinge was thankfully absent when using the 15mm Plossl EP. 

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