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My coputer does not start due to overclocking

I have seted my cpu speed 155mhz for 633mhz processor

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IS Nibiru a planet and if so how far from earth. How did your group start?


planet x for the moment under observation and discussion
we will need warp speed......long way away

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Oct 21, 2016 | Optics

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Aligns to three known stars ok but then why does it go to completely wrong area and slews in slow speed?


Ha, a familiar problem with Synscan and similar. You must do these things exactly right. Set up the hand controller properly for
- time (daylight saving or not)
- location, lat and long.
- hemisphere N or S

The mount must be
-levelled (don't trust the bubble on the mount, they are rubbish)
-pointed at the celestial pole (if an EQ mount)
-pointed due S or N (if alt-az)

You will find that most of the time a 2-star alignment is sufficient. Attempting a 3-star alignment is usually only successful if you have also taught the controller about geometry errors in the mount itself (they all have such errors), which is a tedious procedure you ought to leave until later. Even a 1-star alignment may be enough for planetary and lunar obs.

Don't neglect to use the "sync to object" feature it probably has in the hand controller. To use this you slew to an object using a medium to low power EP, activate the sync feature, center the object in the EP, and press enter. This has the effect of fine tuning the pointing accuracy in that segment of the sky.

Apr 13, 2015 | Optics

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I am having problems seting my spoting scope on my udes vova telescope by bushneel im not sure if all the parts are there the model number is 783035n


Contact Bushnell directly-- the phone numbers are on the web site listed below:

http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.html

Sep 21, 2011 | Bushnell NOVA Telescope 250X60

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View finder displays are upsidedown


Telescopes generally will display images upside-down, due to the way the image is magnified. On many telescopes, the eyepiece is removable, and can be exchanged with many different attachments and lenses. One of which being an image rectifier (or image flipper), which flips the image back to normal. Unfortunately these lenses can be pretty expensive, and will reduce the amount of light being passed through the telescope due to the addition of more lenses, so are only primarily used for day terrestrial viewing. Hope this helps.

Mar 24, 2011 | Edu-Science (10166) Telescope

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When i start autostar then it dont work normaly... when i select Speed:2" sec then the scope doesnt moving. I cant set it up to because when i select a country then the city selection appears i select...


DO a RESET on the hand controller and start over again. See the manual for how to do a RESET which places the hand controller back into the factory default condition.

Dec 27, 2010 | Meade DS-2080AT Refracting Telescope w...

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My telescope is only slewing at the max speed. as soon as i change it to another speed it will now slew??


Either the buttons are STICKING on your hand controller, or the hand controller cable is defective.

Contact Meade customer service:
http://www.meade.com/support/index.html

Aug 30, 2010 | Meade ETX-60 AT Telescope

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Reset computer


im not really sure... but i think you have to line up three stars and enter them into the computer starting with Polaris (North Star). the other stars i would use for reference would be Arcturus and Spica. Use the handle of the big Dipper and follow the "(ARC)" that the handle makes and it will lead you to ("ARC"turus) and then "speed off" into that same direction and it will lead you "to Spica".

May 30, 2010 | Bushnell NorthStar 78-8846 (675 x 114mm)...

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I have a Meade LX 50 10'' sct that is having problems with the clock drive. The motor seems to be working, but the electronics seem to be going crazy. When you turn on the drive, a number of things might...


Check the autostar controller; you may have a stuck key. The telescope should run without the control - unplug it after it starts and see if the slewing halts. (don't plug it back in while powered) The other thing, would be a bad sensor on the motor.

Oct 09, 2009 | Meade Optics

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How use a telescope celestron 21041


The power seeker 60's are hard to use a high power due to the 60mm objective. try starting out with a 25mm eyepiece on the moon or some think bright and work from there.

Dec 03, 2008 | Celestron PowerSeeker 60 Astronomical...

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