Hey,we have Malay,English,Moral,Mathematics(inlcudes additional mathematics),physics,chemistry,biology,and history.I also took chinese for last year.
I haven't been looking here for messages, but thanks for the nice note!
The building is almost done, just final electrical and paint touch up and in go the scopes!
Thanks again mahesh,
I've already noticed a very high standard which is welcome, even if we are all a bit crazy.
Your not the only one, I think its because he had a true and honest appreciation of his music's soul.
Yes he was, I'm a loyal fan.
I'm sitting for a total of 9subjects here,many languages for us in Asia.The title of the book is called "The Dobsonian Telescope:A practical manual for building large aperture telescopes".The authors are David Kriege and Richard Berry.Its an old book I happen to come across while googling.Its a good book and everything is written in detailed.But nowadays the mirrors are just too expensive,unsure of myself whether is it advisable to make 1 as the mount and base for the beam requires physics which I haven't even learned yet.It's still a long way for me to go.
Hi mahesh, many thanks for the welcome, and it's a pleasure to be here. I like the civilized nature of the place, and I always feel comfortable around people who share a love for the sky. I'm learning how to function here so I'm perhaps a little tardy noticing your VM.
Im really sorry for the terrible late reply,was having exams all the way round.Thanks for everything and caring.I live in Malaysia so it will be hard to obtain the galileoscope haha.I'm currently reading the book on John Dobson's guide to make a dobsonian scope by david kriege.I want to learn how rather than buying and forgetting the fun and thrilling part behind the reasons of a telescope.Thanks again!
I'm great, thanks for asking
how are you?
I have not had my telescopes out since January :-( the weather here had been cloudy....
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