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Messier 110 from 33yrs ago - Time Flies!

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Here are my observation reports of the Messier 110 from around 1988. Used a Coulter 10.1" 1st generation model bought in 1981. Mainly had 25mmK and 16mm ortho that I used. Alll viewed with low mag. Been pondering redoing them just for fun with my 14.5" Starmaster with a 27mm Panoptic. That should be a blast!
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OK... I downloaded them and archived them. Now, another copy of your fine and worthy work will be available for future generations.
I love handwritten logs.

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That's an impressive collection. All done in one year too!

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Nice logs - an impressive year!

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A nice bit of nostalgia there Rob.

It would be interesting to compare your results if you do decide to do it again.

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Congrats @515bonner !
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