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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Seben 150-1400 telescope
This is a pretty generic Chinese made 6" Newtonian reflector. The one's I have sampled produce excellent images. Celestron has a great online archieve of its manuals. This scope is similar to their C150-HD Newtonian Model #31056. The manual can be found here:
Google "beginning astronomy" and you'll get a quartr of million hits. Good over view here.
While you are there get a subscription to Sky and Telescope or their other publication aimed at beginners, Night Sky.
Find a local astronomy club and join it.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
should be a spotting telescope, a smaller lens that you use to spot what you want or at least a peep site to align it. Then you look inside the lens and see if what you pointed at is there. If not, you adjust the spotting scope until it does. Use the moon (careful on a night as tonight or the next few as the moon light at this stage is going to be very bright and can cause damage to the eye) so you see a close up distance relative at first. Then you can spot on just about any object up there and you'll be very close. The planets are a good object to begin with. www.skyandtelescope.com is a good site to start with and they have monthly magazine as well. Happy Gazing :)
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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