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    Default i just bought a newtonian celestron telescope 127mm, what eyepieces shall use



    to see saturn? it comes with a 20mm and a 4mm, and a barstow 3x, what oher pieces, filters shall i buy?

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    first use 20mm and focus the saturn which is now in the constellation leo and then change to 4mm for higher magnification.

 

 

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