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Posted by Bob Sal on November 21, 2002 13:47:37 UTC

That's about all you can expect from that scope. Use it with the 20MM alone for your best views. Higher magnification degrades the image in all scopes. Some more that others, way more. Enjoy the clear images you get with the 20MM. Start trying to track down some of the brighter Messier objects like M31, M45, M37, M35, M38. You should be able to spot them in that scope and many more. You wont get a real good look, but you will be able to find them and that's the fun of a small scope. Don't try to force it to do what it can't, you'll just get frustrated. Good Luck. Keep us posted.
That's it;
BOB SAL

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