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Celestron C6R Lens Upgrade

Discussion in 'Telescopes and Mounts' started by Scopejunkie, Oct 22, 2018.

Celestron C6R Lens Upgrade

Started by Scopejunkie on Oct 22, 2018 at 1:50 PM

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  1. Gabby76

    Gabby76 Well-Known Member

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    A nice looking fusion of the two mounts! Well done.
     
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    Scopejunkie Well-Known Member

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    Skies cleared! Up and ready for the eclispe and other night time objects. :D

    Update: The best laid plans... Low clouds came back. Looking through a few sucker holes. Nice eclipse when I can see it. :(
     

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    Scopejunkie Well-Known Member

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    Well... all my "winter" projects are completed! Time to hunt down some high-res targets with my Po' Boy refractor. :)
     

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    That looks really good! Enjoy the views :)
     
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    Thanks Gabby76! I guess I will take a break for a while and do more observing now that the weather is getting better. I will always be on the look out for optics for my next project. I'm leaning torward a "thermal" Newtonian currently. Stay tuned...
     

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