Question about Celestron NexStar 5 SE (300 x 44.45mm) Telescope
I see a black spot in the eye piece when a viewing a star
If this is a Newtonian reflector or a catadioptric scope (Schmidt Cassegrain or Maksutov) you may be trying to use it at too low of a magnification. Your magnification needs to be high enough that the exit pupil is less than 5 mm; to figure this divide the focal length of the eyepiece by the f-ratio of the optical tube. If this quotient is 5 mm or more the black spot you are seeing is the shadow of the secondary mirror.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
What type of telescope are you using?
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