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There could be a little “flop” by the main mirror, but in time you got to know how to handle this. Over the years the telescope gave me very good service, and I managed some quite acceptable images with it when things went right. The telescope had a “wow” factor from its appearance (Fig. 1). Having to play with the electronics board made me nervous (Fig. 2). In the fullness of time the LX200 did have a niggling problem. It developed a very minor “throb” that occurred at about 2-minute intervals, which is about halfway through the periodic error of the machine as it hunts back and forth.
I would have liked a larger dome, but there was not room. From my tour at Bayfordbury I knew that this would accommodate a 16” Meade because this was the setup there. The dome could have a standard shutter or an extra wide one: I opted for the latter. This I found to be a good move, since it gave a slot of about 2 hours. When imaging piggybacked the decision was especially useful. At some points in the sky the telescopes are parallel with the horizon, and this effectively halves the width of the opening.
Consternation in the village as the drilling truck arrives. 2. Thrust boring to 36 feet for soil samples. 3. Drilling to 27 feet for the piles to support the pier. 4. Repairing the drains having drilled through them. 5. Foundation time. 6. The pier base. 7. Starting the block work. surrounding countryside. At this time we had an elderly cleaner called Ruby. m. The chaps enjoyed her consternation when, upon opening the door, she found it to have been bricked up. A void was left for the pier since we were unsure how to best contain the concrete.