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19th of February 2009 (Thu), 23:00
I took some snaps in the observatory today and wrote a new page to familiarise those who want to know about autoguiding.
I have tried to keep it simple as an overview so as not to confuse or daunt.
I hope it helps.
20th of February 2009 (Fri), 11:56
I've always wondered about this, thanks so much! it was really helpful.
20th of February 2009 (Fri), 13:39
You own your own observatory? Excellent :D
21st of February 2009 (Sat), 01:19
Is it possible if i can come to your Observatory one day to learn further about using an telescope etc. Perhaps before i spend big dollars on the equipment, it might be good if i can learn first hand by a professional :P
I have done a lot reading lately and researching as much as i can, but im sure it will be still changeling when i start using one. So perhaps if i can use something similar to what i want it might help a lot when i do actually purchase one.
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 17:25
I'll testify that the Orion Starshoot is the best thing since the DSLR for astrophotography. The time and hassle it saves are priceless......:cool:
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