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 I have added this forum where you can see updates, sales, specials, etc that are available at my store. So do not enter this forum if ads offend ya...

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    • SOLD.   (Chris just let me know it sold and he has trouble removing this ad.)
    • Very interesting!  I have not seen anyone else test like that.  I usually just run the small coil, seems to deal with difficult ground better. By the looks of your small coil cover, you use it mostly also Good luck to you out there. Tom H.  
    • I saw Comet Neowise (C/2020 F3) rise above the mountains NE of Phoenix this morning from near the Bush Fire burn area at 4:18 a.m. an hour an 15 minutes before sunrise. I was at the Beeline highway and the Bush highway intersection on a remote, dark cul de sac. Comet Neowise was 0 magnitude and easy to see naked eye with a one degree tail. I found it by right angle triangulating from Venus and Capella with the comet rising at the right angle point. Through my 60x20 binocs it had a very distinct, bright nucleus with a sharp edged tail brighter on the left side than the right side. The tail had lots of detail. This is the brightest comet since Hale-Bopp and Hyakutake of the last century.  I usually see 4 comets just with my binocs annually. This is by far the best.  It will be an evening sky comet in a few weeks at probably 0 magnitude or brighter with a clear tail. You should try seeing it before it leaves the morning skies. Check out tomorrow morning. Also go to www.spaceweather.com for more info. o Keep looking up, billpeters
    • Hey, everyone!     I just made a video that I think a lot of you will be interested in seeing.  If anyone is interested in a copy of the results just let me know and I will post an image of them.  
    • There's always something to find. 😃
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