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03
October
2012
First light in Robledo´s telescope

First light with the camera  SBIG ST-9-XE using the 30cm optical telescope located at the visitors centre of the NASA Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex Network (MDSCC), in Robledo de Chavela.

The first objects chosen are the Orion Nebula, the planet Jupiter and the lunar craters.
 


Orion Nebula. CESAR

 


Lunar craters. CESAR

 

 

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