Question about Celestron FirstScope 76EQ (180 x 76mm) Telescope
You will see diffrection spikes when focused on a very bright object
and this can also appear around a bright planet. However it is very irritating, and to minimise it, make sure your scope is well collimated (optically aligned).
There is too much to collimation to include here, but there are many guides on the Net
Posted on Mar 09, 2012
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