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Acknowledgement: Mr Leong Qixiang NUS Physics Observatory. Telescope Specification : 17" Plain-Wave CDK (F6.8 Corrected Dall-Kirkham) Astrograph Telescope (Dual carbon-fiber truss design) equipped with a 4" Takahashi (Hydrogen Alpha Solarscope) on the computerized Showa 25E German Equatorial Mount.
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