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Posted by Bob Sal on March 5, 2002 16:57:39 UTC

You'll never get tired of it. Unless your looking Hubble type images, it will never disappoint you.
Let me suggest a couple of my favorite items. In Virgo Galaxy NGC4762 "The Needle" you'll see NGC4754 in the same field of view. In Mon. NGC2261 "Hubbles Variable Nebula" Looks like a Comet. In Leo NGC3193/3190 Galaxy pair with real nice points on the edges. In Gemini NGC2392 the "Eskimo" Nebula. In Andromeda NGC7662 the Blus snowball. I could keep going. Try those and any Messier item you can find. Good Luck.
Keep us posted.
That's it;
BOB SAL

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