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IMG_0499.jpg244 viewsMark swinging the log splitterMartin
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sculptor-1.jpgSculptor galaxy.582 viewsThe Sculptor Galaxy (NGC 253) is an intermediate spiral galaxy in the constellation Sculptor. The Sculptor Galaxy is a starburst galaxy, which means that it is currently undergoing a period of intense star formation.Martin
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Lake.jpg453 viewsMartin
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NGC1365crop.jpgNGC1365.483 viewsI did this galaxy with the ED80 to see how much detail i could get with a 80mm scope.
I could get more detail than expected.
Martin
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Lester.jpgMore data.327 viewsMartin
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Shane_and_Shane.jpg500 viewsShane and Shane.
Very well reccomended :)
If you can go to an concert then go to Shane's band.
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Omega-test.jpgOmega Centauri.700 viewsOmega Centauri (ω Cen) or NGC 5139 is a globular cluster[7] seen in the constellation of Centaurus, discovered by Edmond Halley in 1677 who listed it as a nebula. Omega Centauri had been listed in Ptolemy's catalog 2000 years ago as a star. Lacaille included it in his catalog as number I.5. It was first recognized as a globular cluster by the English astronomer John William Herschel in the 1830s.[8] Orbiting the Milky Way, it is both the brightest and the largest known globular cluster associated with our galaxy (1.6 Em). Of all the globular clusters in the Local Group of galaxies, only Mayall II in the Andromeda Galaxy is brighter and more massive.[9] ω Centauri is so different from other galactic globular clusters, that it is thought to be of different origin.[10]

Omega Centauri is located about 15,800 light-years (4,850 pc) from Earth and contains several million Population II stars. The stars in its center are so crowded that they are estimated to average only 0.1 light years away from each other. It is about 12 billion years old
Martin
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M42_570Kb.jpgM42.605 viewsQHY9 mono on ED80 and guided with a finderscope on a G11 with Gemini2
5 Minute LRGB with the core blended in with 30 second LRGB.
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IMG_0518.jpgnice view604 viewsnice viewMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0517.jpgARB Kev674 viewsARB Kev.MartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0516.jpg330 viewsKev's CarMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0515.jpg335 viewsJacki and carMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0514.jpg336 viewsAlex's carMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0513.jpg336 viewsScotty's carMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0512.jpg347 viewsMark beside his carMartinMay 21, 2016
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IMG_0511.jpg333 viewsHang this in the ceiling and Mark will be out of business :PMartinMay 21, 2016