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 Wednesday, May 05 2004 @ 01:11 pm EDT (Read 3569 times)  
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i finally got my scope out for the first time this year and had alot of fun.i got good veiws of saturn and jupiter (and it's moons). along with the moon that seemed extra bright last night. i hope everybody is ready for a great summer of veiwing!!!! Laughing Out Loud

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 Wednesday, May 05 2004 @ 01:19 pm EDT  
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i also wanted to add that since the spring semester is over today that i will be able to do alot more sky watching since i'm taking the summer off from school. i hope to see others this summer.enjoying the night sky.

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 Friday, May 07 2004 @ 07:16 pm EDT  
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Hey - you're one step ahead of me. I had to send my Celestron 8-PEC back to the factory for some repairs this winter. I got it back in March, and haven't had the time to get it out since. I drug it out last November to do some observing, and found that the drive motors were toast. (It's 11 years old now).

Any way - I hope to get some more time as summer comes on as well.

Good luck and good observing!

Dave - Morrow, AR
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