Re: if you have a 6 inch reflector , then buy an 8 inch dobsonian ..how many times
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Staceyy You are asking about the magnification. We don't have enough information to answer that, because the magnification depends on focal length, not diameter.
If we assume that both scopes have the same focal ratio, then we know that the 8" has a focal length that is 1.33x that of the 6", so, for a given eyepiece, it will give 1.33x more magnification. If we don't know anything about the focal length or focal ratio, then the question is not answerable.
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