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Massive Scope coming to SGL6


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Never seen the horsehead nebula? Now is your chance.

Always been told you cannot see the colours in the hubble photos through a telescope, well think again!

Want to see those things that Stephen O Meara can see with a small refractor that we normally cannot make out with our large amatuer scopes?

I will be bringing this huge telescope to SGL6 for you to view the skies.

Photo taken next to a police car to give you an idea of the scale of this thing!:)

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Never seen the horsehead nebula? Now is your chance.

Always been told you cannot see the colours in the hubble photos through a telescope, well think again!

Want to see those things that Stephen O Meara can see with a small refractor that we normally cannot make out with our large amatuer scopes?

I will be bringing this huge telescope to SGL6 for you to view the skies.

Photo taken next to a police car to give you an idea of the scale of this thing!:)

Will it fit on a truck or are you going to need 2?

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Never seen the horsehead nebula? Now is your chance.

Always been told you cannot see the colours in the hubble photos through a telescope, well think again!

Want to see those things that Stephen O Meara can see with a small refractor that we normally cannot make out with our large amatuer scopes?

I will be bringing this huge telescope to SGL6 for you to view the skies.

Photo taken next to a police car to give you an idea of the scale of this thing!:)

Blimey, that carpet must be as big as a football field ;):).

Ron.

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Thank you all for your lovely comments.:)

I plan to see how many messier objects I can log with it at SGL6..

Perhaps a sweepstake is in order?

Mark

P.S It seems a fine little scope. Lovely airy disks around stars! Maybe I really will have a queue to look at Saturn through it!

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