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Then and now
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Poster: rwiederrich (see all of this user's photos)
Description: This comparison shows my scope 38 years ago and now


Dr Morbius
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Registered: 2/6/2007
Posts: 3681
Great scope and love that color. It looks like camoflage paint to blend in with the trees
Thu Mar 12, 2009 2:09pm
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rwiederrich
Goldfinger

Registered: 11/17/2005
Posts: 12605
Thanks Morbius.....Your large refractor is nothing to sneeze at....Will it be green too?


Hee hee.
Wed Mar 25, 2009 7:29pm
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RobertED
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Registered: 7/11/2003
Posts: 3182
Just Beautiful!!!
Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:22pm
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rwiederrich
Goldfinger

Registered: 11/17/2005
Posts: 12605
Thanks Robert. The unique features of this refractor and mount make it my favorite as well.


It really is a one of a kind.
Wed Jul 8, 2009 4:16pm
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Dr Morbius
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Registered: 2/6/2007
Posts: 3681
Nope, it's just the old classic white. But if yours catches on, it will be called classic green!
Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:01am
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Sterrenkijker
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Registered: 1/2/2007
Posts: 7
It uses hydraulics !? Wow, wish mine could do that !
Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:23pm
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