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  • Re: Joshua Tree, December New Moon?

    Jim - Thursday the 14th sounds good. I've never been so relying on your experience. Let's watch the weather. CS, Dave Sent from my iPad ... Jim - Thursday the

    dweixelman 15 hours ago
  • Re: Joshua Tree, December New Moon?

    Dave, If you can get down here on Thursday the 14th, it might be better. Camp sites at Cottonwood tend to start filling up on Thursday evening and generally

    k75jim 17 hours ago
  • Re: Joshua Tree, Nov. 16, 17 & 18

    Dave, I’m not sure you’ll be any warmer in J-Tree. I’ve experienced night time temps in the upper teens and once woke to a snow covered tent! Winter

    k75jim 17 hours ago
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Group Description

This group is for owners of Stellarvue telescopes, those who want to learn more about Stellarvue equipment and those interested in astronomy in general. More information may be found at http://www.stellarvue.com.

You are welcome to freely post messages and pictures of both your equipment and any astropix taken through your equipment. We have a great group of members here, so take advantage of their experiences and advice. Most of all, Let's have some fun! This is a very positive group comprised of enthusiastic Stellarvue owners. We encourage your active participation and appreciate the the help and support you provide others.

Stellarvue owners have the opportunity to attend trips to remote and beautiful locations as a benefit of ownership. Good times are always had at these events are featured currently on the Stellarvue website.

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  • 3045
  • Amateur
  • Nov 14, 2000
  • English

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