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    Default What power eyepiece do you use for ???




    Just wondering what are the normal powers people use to look at things.
    Inquiring mines want to know.

    Lets assume that it is a "normal night" with "normal seeing" and transparency.
    Oh, and no clouds if that's possible anymore.

    What power eyepiece do you use for viewing deep faint fuzzy? M1, The Ring Neb.
    and such.

    What power for Clusters.

    What power eyepiece do you use to just scan the sky sort of like a BIG
    viewfinder?

    What power eyepiece do you use for planets?

    Thanks for you input.

    Gene





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    Default What power eyepiece do you use for ???

    "David Knisely" <ka0czc@navix.net> wrote in message
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    My favorite David Knisely contribution to SAA (not that others aren't near
    equals).

    This one is always a good read/refresher.
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    -Stephen Paul



 

 

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