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Thread: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

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    Default 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662





    Above a comparison of two sketches. One through a Vixen 102mm ED refractor, the other through a SW 120mm ED refractor.
    Orientation and magnification as well as date and time are almost equal. You can find more details here
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    Default re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    "an" in the title should be "and". Can't change that any more. Sorry.
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    Default re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    Nice comparison there John!
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    Default Re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    Quote Originally Posted by John Baars View Post
    "an" in the title should be "and". Can't change that any more. Sorry.
    I can!

    I like these comparison sketches, John. Thank you for sharing this work.
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    Default Re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    Hello John,

    a very nice comparison, indeed.
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    Default Re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    Hi John. A very nice comparison in your sketches with the two aperture diameters. Thanks for taking the time to share this with us on here John, and the best of regards.
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    Default Re: 4 Inch and 5 inch view of NGC7662

    Thank you John.
    I enjoy this post very much.
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