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PDF]Telescope Instruction Manual - Bushnell

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I am having trouble seeing through the 60mm Objective Lens. I'm able to see clearly through the Finderscope. Also how do attach the Barlow and Erecting Lens?


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What can you tell me about the Bushnell 420 x 60 Refractor Telescope?


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All objects in the sky are very small because they are very far away. It does not look like the PHOTOS taken by the Hubble Space telescope.

Read my tips on my profile page.

Clear Skies- and read these:

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