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Is it possible to view Saturn in little yellowish and Mars in little reddish using following telescopes? It is definitely possible to observe the rings of Saturn with telescopes this size. Even the Cassini division should sometimes appear visible, if the instruments are well collimated and seeing is not too bad. In terms of color, Saturn is just a ...


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Go with the Option 1 (135mm) as it has bigger light collecting area i.e. diameter of primary mirror. It will enable you to faint objects and it will also help you to see the dim object under greater zoom eyepiece e.g. 4mm or 10mm.. Also dont let you fool yourself with the bigger numbers advertized by telescope vendors like 238X zoom or 300X zoom... First ...


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Early in the solar system's history, the Sun was surrounded by a protoplanetary disk, full of gas, dust and rock. Eventually, protoplanets began to form. These were small, rocky bodies - smaller than the rocky planets today, but bigger than asteroids. Think of them as dwarf-planet-sized objects. All the terrestrial planets formed from them. Anyway, as you ...



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