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    Default First Light- Meade Zoom



    Just got my Meade Zoom today, and although the skies are clear, Philly has way too much light pollution. However, Jupiter looks great and so does the moon. I'll take another look in a bit, but so far so good!


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    Congrats buddy ..Nice eyepiece ..
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    I just bought one and only tried it in my meade ETX125 and that eyepiece is a must have.I have zero complaints.....except I work nights and I didnt try it in my 10" lx200 yet

 

 

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