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Mare Crisium through Dobsonian Meade Lightbridge 16". Small craters inside Crisium are visible like Swift.
by Anonymous on 2009-05-03
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2012-10-09 05:55:59       
Even though I am finhgitg a nasty cold I decided the scope needed some use. I dragged it out well before the sunset to look at the moon. My parents and I gazed at the Moon for about 10-15 mins before clouds moved in. The sky cleared up again right around sunset. I brought the scope out once again and we continued our exploration of the lunar service. Mountains, plains, craters, and more could be seen. I called over the neighbor and he took a look. We called over the neighbor on the other side of us a little while later (after sunset). She too took a long gaze at the lunar service. It was fun to share the sky again. My dad and I stayed up well after sunset and zeroed in on Saturn. I am pretty sure the collimation assistance I received from Jim S. helped tenfold. We were easily seeing 4 maybe 5 moons. The 5th may have been Iapetus, but this object lied just outside the plane of moons. So it may have been a star. Titan was a very distinctive orange color. We checked out M13 again, but moon glow washed it out pretty good. We did spot M81 and M82 again, but they were not as impressive as last Saturday. I tried to locate M92, but didn't have my charts with and too lazy to go inside. We finished the night looking at the moon again. Earth glow was visible, but no details visible. We were blinded by the intense light. Note to self buy a filter or wear sunglasses. Not a bad night for feeling pretty under the weather.
2011-08-19 02:52:57       
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