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Galaxies, Fast Or Long Newt?

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Posted by Marty Pinson on September 7, 2001 20:08:38 UTC

Still in the planning stages on my first scope. I imagine I will spend more time on the planets, moon and hopefully galaxies. Nebula just doesn't grab me like the other targets. With this in mind, should I stick with a f/6 or something longer? Or shorter?

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