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Old 05-10-2019, 03:37 PM
Lioness (Lina)
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Originally Posted by casstony View Post
The C11 Edge will work well for your observing targets provided it is collimated and cooled to ambient temperature.

A 5" refractor would also work well for your targets and needs less works to make it perform well - you just need to wait for 30 minutes or so for the lens to cool and it will give sharp images. It's also more portable than the C11.

A 6" refractor would be even better but can be quite long and heavy and need a tall, solid mount.
Thank you! Do refractors give a sharper or clearer image of planets than a reflector? Or is that just a myth.
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