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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:55 pm 
Gordon Laing wrote:
I recommend seeing if there's a local astronomy society nearby - that way you'd have access to a potentially much bigger scope than you could afford, along with people who can show you how to use it. I learnt everything I know about scopes from my old society.


Thanks for your suggestion Gordon, i never really thought about it but it is a very good idea, i'll look in to it


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Yeah. I do several public outreach program during the year and share my equipment to the general public. I am sure you can find someone in UK that can do the same for you.

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