sinnistr0 Venus Jupter Conjunction 2mon

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sinnistr0 Jupter and moons (3) 6mon

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sinnistr0 Sun today 7mon

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sinnistr0 Comet C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) last night, next Aries and Taurus. 7mon

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sinnistr0 Kid's macro 7mon

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sinnistr0 Good morning!!! 9mon

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sinnistr0 Little dude 3.5 1y

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sinnistr0 Saturn 30th of may 2014 1y
  •   sinnistr0 @traceaberry thanks again for your comments, It's a pleasure to share beauty with friends. 1y
  •   sinnistr0 @rezisnevets agreed!! Waiting for the weather to improve. 1y
  •   kobzilla24 Woooooooow!!!!! It's my dream to be able to see Saturn and Jupiter one day with my own eyes!! What kind of telescope do u use? do u think I can buy it online? 6mon
  •   sinnistr0 @whats.your.purpose Hi! Thank you! I have a 150mm SkyWatcher Star Discovery GoTo telescope. It's a Newtonian motorized telescope. I bought online in my country. It has a mirror so i wouldn't buy from too far from my house. You can start with a cheaper 60mm refractor... It's portable and easier to mantain. It's good to read a lot before buying and after too. Good luck! 6mon
  •   kobzilla24 What's the lowest power telescope I can get that I could still be able to see Jupiter and Saturn? 6mon
  •   kobzilla24 It's one thing to look at pictures of them but I feel like if I see them with my own eyes..it makes it real...you know what I mean..it makes it real that we're floating in space on a organic space ship 6mon
  •   kobzilla24 Thanks for taking time outta your day to reply to me tho I appreciate it 6mon
  •   sinnistr0 @whats.your.purpose you are right. It's totally different when you see it live. Everyone have a funny reaction when they see Jupter with their own eyes for the first time. You are welcome! 6mon

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sinnistr0 The Sun 1y

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