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    Default Re: More Misses than Hits



    Good progress despite challenging conditions Terry! Poor transparency can certainly dampen things and it is not always easy to tell before you pull your scope out and start observing.
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    Default Re: More Misses than Hits

    Hi Terry,

    More misses than hits is sometimes the way it goes, but honestly I think you did very well working down low!

    Enjoying your reports with the 5" scope.

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    Default Re: More Misses than Hits

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigzmey View Post
    Good progress despite challenging conditions Terry! Poor transparency can certainly dampen things and it is not always easy to tell before you pull your scope out and start observing.
    Thanks Andrey. I think it was more the telephone poles and power lines on the southern horizon that ruined the views for me.

    Anyways, I've since seen 2 of the 3 objects from that night, so all is good.

    Quote Originally Posted by kanadalainen View Post
    Hi Terry,

    More misses than hits is sometimes the way it goes, but honestly I think you did very well working down low!

    Enjoying your reports with the 5" scope.

    Ian
    Thanks Ian. Unfortunately no more "serious" observing reports until the end of the month, given the clouds and moon glow coming up.
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