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    Our Saturday astro-exit started very unusual. At a time when we all gathered (Sergey, with Ruslan Shreds, Vladimir and Victor and I) at the appointed place the sky is very much delayed by clouds, and confess honestly, I even became upset that check will fail. But predictions suggested that we are waiting for a clear night. Encouraged by this information, we still went to No. Semyonovka on the plantation "Macesta tea." Along the way, of course we had a stop at the place where the MTS could still give the Internet to update the disk imaging of cloud cover with sat24.
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    On arrival at the place , I still decided to proceed with the preparation of Doba to observations . What I am very active in assisting my old friend and our new member Ruslan . Meanwhile, Sergei testil already in all its new and I want to point out a very good eyepiece Refinery 2 . " And then I saw , I dare say , monster- shaped 150mm refractor homemade ! Its size is just stunned me ! Humor Of course it was a bit depressed due to cloud cover, and I thought, all experienced in minor confusion, although I could be wrong . and then , picking with selectors , I heard that someone sees Venus. course, I have not seen her since as in this position it covered trees , or rather it was seen somewhere in the 1 degree above them , and it was able to see Sergei , aided efficiency refractor .
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    Ну что же продолжу. За беседами и рассматриванием самодельных инструментов Владимира под кофеек нам удалось скоротать некоторое время. После чего, как по волшебству, небо стало растягиваться, при чем очень быстро! И пред нами предстали россыпи звезд и млечный путь.
    Первым объектом к которому были устремлены взоры наших телескопов и биноклей стала естесственно галактика в Андромеде. После любования которой, мы перешли к Персею (двойное скопление -очень впечатляет в 300мм с 80 градусным окуляром на равнозрачке), Лире (Кольцо), Лисичке (Гантель) и Геркулесу (шаровое скопление). Осмотрев сокровища этих созвездий мы перешли к кофе-брейку. Хочу отметить незаменимость газовой горелки Владимира.

    После чего мы приступили к наблюдениям. Очень хотелось исследовать созв. Гончих псов, но оно все- таки низко над горизонтом и некоторая часть городской засветки на западе не очень то этому способствовала. Зато нам удалось навестись и посмотреть на галактику в Треугольнике, туманность вокруг Плеяд. А благодаря терпению Владимира, Крабовиднуютуманность, но из-за невысокого расположения над горизонтом, конечно, ее вид не впечатлил.

    Удалось потестить мой новый девайс -БГШ.*ебята, какой это занимательный инструмент! Он мне вчера подарил эмоций не меньше моего 12доба! А мой любимый 7-50 все наблюдательное время пролежал без дела, ну один раз использовал когда отыскивал галактику.Ну начну по порядку-очень эстетично и чарующее выглядели Гиады и Плеяды в одном полез рения.

    Весьма понравилось полюбоваться созвездием Орион, в эту кроху оно выглядело потрясающе! Голова, плечи, колени в одном полез рения! И все это на фоне более слабых звездочек! ЗАВО*АЖИВАЮЩЕЕ З*ЕЛИЩЕ! Но по настоящему я кайфонул от бино, когда начал осматривать в него млечный путь! Млечный путь как бы не разбивается полностью на звездочки, хотя некие поля он показывает, на фоне туманного млечного пути! Но только он( туманный мп)становится более детальным, структурным что ли! Перед глазами предстают незабываемые узоры! Можно очень долго проторчать с ним залипнув в каком нибудь удобном кресле.Причем. малый вес позволяет его держать одной рукой, и при этом не уставать. Я ПОТ*ЯСЕН И НЕ ЗА ЧТО НЕ *АССТАНУСЬ С *ТИМ МАЛЮТКОЙ!

    И немного о завершении нашей лайт-вылазки-Юпитер! Выглядел здоровски во все инструменты-ЕД-110, ахромат -150, ньютон-300.Мне он как всегда очень понравился, через желтый НПЗшный фильтр.По моему, через него в 300мм с 4.5мм окуляром я начал улавливать некий намек на неровности в полосках Юпитера.Луну я уже не смотрел, занимался соборами.Но ребята глянули на нее в 150мм рефрактор.
    Подытоживая выезд, хочется отметить что вылазка прошла лучше чем на 5 с +.Очень много позитива и положительных эмоций!
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    Thank you for that report! Very interesting!

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    Hello KOS, a personal welcome! Nice to see that you and your fellows are keeping your eyes to the sky. It is so for all of us. We recognize we have one common truth to be found in our night skies, it is one for all of us. You are most welcome at AstronomyForum.Net.

    Be well, under clear skies!

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    Thank you, guys!You too clear skies!By the way this weekend, go to Hartsiz, to hunt comets.
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    Our Halloween yesterday (01.11.13), with Alexei has been extremely successful! Absolutely not planning to ourselves, we moved into a favorite and prikipevshy to heart Hartsiz.V first course would like to mention excellent condition atmosfery.Zvezdy burned brightly and gaze! The Milky Way as always pleased abundance of detail in its structure and nasyschennostyu.Eto was the glorious night when the naked eye can be (closer to the zenith) to see the M33!fccd4b.jpg
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    First of all , we set the mount on the pole of the world , and while I worked with binoculars Alex went somewhere very far away, to focus the camera on the high beam headlights avtomobilya.Hochetsya noted that , to our surprise there was absolutely no dew , which we were happy to insanely ! For all the time we spent there ( around 3 - 3.5ch ) have absolutely nothing which is not fogged , even the camera lens looking to the top! Do not know what it is connected may cause the season, and perhaps the fact that we did not go down in the north- eastern side of the river overlooking the Shah , and stopped at the pass .
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    Small photo trip report in Hartsiz(02.11.13).Opisat all seen is not vozmozhnym.My already dubbed this kind of check , " Messier Marathon " because I even find it difficult to name a number of objects seen by past classics ! That's what it means to get out into the mountains with a person who is close astronomy for 17 years ! I will write about the most impressive .

    The very first revelation to me was the sight of two galaxies M81 and M82 B.Medveditse in 200mm telescope fascinated and made to regret the absence of 12 " doba.K Why should try to look at the " dumbbells " through the filter of UHS , very much as it was more detailed , li.Skolko that was seen rasseyanok , globular and other " mutnyashek " even someone not undertake to count, Vladimir and only light of a laser pointer, which direction you need to direct the telescope lying on the ground with binoculars in hand! But many of them are very pleased! A very funny look at Nursery 8 " teleskop.Ah yeah, I forgot to mention of the newcomer , the Eskimo Nebula .

    Of course, very pleased with Jupiter . While he was not high in the sky , it was impossible to apply the eyepiece is shorter than 4.5 mm.A when he began to culminate , we 're back to him and put 3mm eyepiece ( 333h ) . View was incredible , despite the large uv.planeta was very bright ! In moments of calm atmosphere irregularities in large strips starts looking more clearly , and at the same time began to stand out smaller stripes on its disk - impressed! Of course led me to Mars , but the big uv.ne primenyali.Nechego special just a red disk, even a little blurred , with some sort of hint of white polar cap .

    And of course the comet ! What we saw was the first comet Lovejoy mutnyashka with a thick spot near the center , with a small sdvigom.ISON - very weak intensity , but the tail is guessed , especially the side !
    After dawn climbed to the pass - Fischt admire and take a picture .
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    By the way the world was checking out the couple interested in astronomy, and Timothy Emma.S whom we met at the local resurse.I they have not received their first bad astro-photos with 200mm(focus) obektivom.Pravda they could not stay till the morning. The Pleiades, M42 and a slice of the Milky Way.
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