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Best out of 3 Telescopes

Hello Paul,
My name is Glenn from Pembroke Pines, florida.I have 3 Telescopes that I have collected over time, and I am New to the craft.
Basically, I don't know much about it.
one is a BARSKA model# 60900,60mm-900mm.
two is a MEADE POLARIS model# 114EQ-D, 114mm, F=910mm,f/8
three is a MEADE reflecting AUTOSTAR,model# DS2000,D114mm,F1000mm,f/8.
I was wodering if you could give me an idea of what I have and help me out.
I would truly appreciate it if you would help me.
my email is nycopret@bellsouth.net, and I'm in Florida.
thanks again, Glenn

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Hi Glenn

I would recommend the DS2000 should be DS2114 AT. The AT
refers to the use of the autostar hand box. This is a helpful tool for the beginner. Once you learn how to align the scope the computer will guide you around, helping you become familiar with the orientation of objects in the sky.

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