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Am a grown man.
Like everyone else, I've always looked out into the night sky.
I have had a 130mm telescope for some time, and now have a 250mm, with a good tripod.
I hope I can take some reasonable pictures, of the things that are in the night sky that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
Right now, my limitation is probably my camera, but for a start, I will use what I have access to
Model trains. Astronomy