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    Default 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon



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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Great shots as always Bryan -
    Did you lay eyes on it tonight? The view was very good for a couple of hours here.
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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by sketrip View Post
    Great shots as always Bryan -
    Did you lay eyes on it tonight? The view was very good for a couple of hours here.
    I did have a quick peep. The seeing was amazing this evening. Best I've seen in a while. I should have went strictly visual and saved myself some harassment.
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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    good stuff Bryan, no planets there yet?
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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Hello Bryan,

    with every new AP session you get more and smaller craters captured on Moon!
    What's your secret?
    Thank you for sharing the great captures,

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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Hi Bryan

    Lovely bunch of images as always I love them


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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Great detail happening Bryan, very nice.
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    Great captures! Well done, Bryan!!
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    Default Re: 15 March 2019, Coyote Moon

    Thanks, friends!

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    good stuff Bryan, no planets there yet?
    Not yet this season, Geeth. I suppose I should get out in the early AM and see about that. I would like to find a used SCT for a good price for this endeavor. As it stands, my 6" achro refractor is the best I can muster for focal length, but I need to use a monochrome cam to hide the CA. An SCT would be the perfect tool for that, I'm thinking.

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    Thank you for sharing the great captures,

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    Awesome as always! Bill
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