Question about Meade ETX-90EC (325 x 90mm) Telescope
Is this normal or are we doing something wrong. an if so how do we correct this?
Not unusual; it depends on the number and kind of lenses being used. If you take a single lense (such as one for aging eyes), hold it between you and a window (or other light source), allow it to shine on a sheet of paper, a wall or even your hand, you will find that the image is inverted. Actually, the light entering your eye is an inverted image on the retina and our clever brains turn it 'right side up.'
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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