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"Best of" Deep Sky Observing Forum
      #1005766 - 06/18/06 11:32 PM

This thread is a read only "best of" thread, the object of which is to have interesting & informative posts with links to the original threads in a centralized location for easy viewing by everybody. This also eliminates having too many threads pinned to the top of the forum. This thread will be a continuous work in progress, so check back often. If you come across a thread that you think should be included in this "best of" thread, please let me or another moderator know.

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It's amazing we see anything. new [Re: Steph]
      #1005769 - 06/18/06 11:35 PM

Thread started by Don Pensack (starman1), discussing some of the many things that influence the quality of what we see.

It's amazing we see anything

Edited by Olivier Biot (12/23/09 12:31 PM)


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DSO Links of Interest new [Re: Steph]
      #1005771 - 06/18/06 11:36 PM

A thread with links to many useful DSO-related websites.

DSO Links of Interest

Edited by Olivier Biot (12/23/09 12:32 PM)


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Which filter for which nebula? new [Re: Steph]
      #1005773 - 06/18/06 11:38 PM

Information on how to choose filters for viewing nebulae.

Which filter for which nebula?

Edited by Olivier Biot (12/23/09 12:33 PM)


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How to Determine Limiting Magnitude new [Re: Steph]
      #1005776 - 06/18/06 11:40 PM

Discussion of different ways you can determine the limiting magnitude for your location.

How to Determine Limiting Magnitude

Edited by Olivier Biot (12/23/09 12:34 PM)


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