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Revolvor
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Hi Everyone,

I have just joined the forum, having got a Celestron EQ127 telescope. I have had a long-time interest in astronomy, but have never got round to getting a telescope. I chose the EQ127 as a basic starter scope, with the thought that I could upgrade to bigger and better if I wanted to - I think I am already hooked! Does that make sense, or will I just be disappointed with the EQ127?

I have enjoyed looking at the moon, but sky too bright for much star-gazing. I live on the southern outskirts of a small town in Wiltshire, so not too much light pollution looking south.

Looking forward to participating on the site. I get daily e-mails from www.universetoday.com - well worth visiting and subscribing to.

All the best,

Revolvor

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