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    Very nice MandII. I really enjoyed the Jupiter photos. Keep em coming and thanks for sharing.

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    NO.20)
    NGC869/884:2010/12/31_NO.20

    Tonight DSI captured one cluster among the double cluster .
    Too small FOV .

    Still get 10min to pass the year 2010 ,
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    M44 : 2011/01/31_NO.21

    Very bad sky transparancy tonight .
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    Thanks for sharing Mandii. Keep them coming.
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    ngc3242: 2011/02/05_no.22
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    NO.24)

    SATURN: 2010/03/19_No.6| 2011/02/23_NO.24

    So I had ordered the Bahtinov mask recently , Last night the weather is a bit better . About 40-50% transparancy , although the cloud is not so much . I tried to use this mask , it did work well to focus on stars . And then I see the saturn is hanging on the eastern sky at about 30 degree elevation at that time , so I decided to take an image of it .
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    Hi Mandii,

    The 1st shot is really clear! Great shot!!!
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    Mandii,

    As always, I enjoy seeing your work that you are doing with your equipment. You certainly are getting the most out of it and are an incentive for me and my efforts.

    I followed your example yesterday .... nothing but coulds and rain for the past two weeks and in the offering for the next couple of weeks ..... so I'm practicing on Evia Island accross the sound from me.

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    Mandii, nice work. I really like the first Saturn short, really sharp. Keep it up.
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