Question about Galileo New Age 800x80 Telescope
Buy my Galilean one SFC-80ZS but what I see is invested and I don't enjoy the telescope that I should make or to buy so that the image is not invested
I am assuming that you mean that the image at your eyepiece is inverted (upside down). All telescopes show an inverted image. You can add an erecting prism before the eyepiece if you wish to use the scope terrestrially (for looking at things on earth).
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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