Jupiter

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Jupiter

Postby skyhawk » Sun Jan 18, 2015 12:00 pm

I have now managed to line up the finder scope and pointed it at Jupiter. What an amazing sight! I could see the bands and moons! (easily excited here!) of course it was a beautiful clear moonless night where I am but typically within 5 minutes of finding Jupiter...clouds came from nowhere [DISAPPOINTED FACE] cant wait till tonight if its clear!

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