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    I cant believe I still only have had 1 day out with my Lunt since I purchased it.
    So thanks for keeping me in the mood for solar observing Mac..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin sky watch View Post
    I cant believe I still only have had 1 day out with my Lunt since I purchased it.
    So thanks for keeping me in the mood for solar observing Mac..
    In that case, I'll stop complaining Mind you, it's been hot as h**l here. On Thursday we hit about 100F / 38C, a new record and it was very humid I wasn't about to take out my scope on that day!

    Hope the sky clears for you very soon!!!

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