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RE: What Can I See With Ym Telescope?

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Posted by Kip Crawford on March 20, 2000 05:27:32 UTC

I believe your scope is a 60mm (2.4"). I think. Anyway what you were describing sounds like a 3x Barlow lens or it is a variable 2x-3x Barlow. This magnifies two & three times the power of an eyepiece. The 20 & 15mm will probably be OK, but the 10mm and 4mm on a 60mm scope is practiclly useless. The moon and a few planets like Jupiter & Saturn will be OK I guess. You should see the Orion Nebula OK also. Anyway good luck!!

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