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SOURCE: what eyepiece do i need for a meade jupiter 60 az

Any of these will work, 1.25 inch measure the hole in the telescope.

http://www.agenaastro.com/Telescope-Eyepiece-1-25-inch-s/43.htm

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

SOURCE: what scopes should i use for a bushmaster f700

Your question does not make any sense.

Do you mean what EYEPIECE should I use? The one with the largest number written on it. Do NOT use the 2x barlow if you have one.

You just bought a toy telescope by the way, Read my TIPS on my profile page.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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When I use a Barlow lens do I insert it before focusing on an object through the eyepiece or do I insert the lens after I've focused on an object (eg: Jupiter)


You will have to refocus after inserting the barlow. The barlow will change the focal point of the eyepiece

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How to use my telescope to stare better at moon, venus ...etc


1. Download stellarium at stellarium.org (free) This will tell you where to find the planets.
2. Do not use the erect image eyepiece for astronomy, It is for terrestrial viewing only.
3. Buy a moon filter. They are inexpensive ($12 at Agena Astro and others)
4. Huygens (H20, H12.5) are VERY cheap eyepieces,They have narrow field of view and low contrast. Purchase a good plossl or better eyepiece, you will really see the difference.
5. The SR4 (symmetrical Ramsden) is another cheap eyepiece. Avoid eyepiece designs that were invented in the 1700s. See item 4 above.

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Where can I find replacement lenses for the Jupiter telescope model 60AZ-m?


Lenses? Do you mean eyepieces? Eyepeices come in 3 sizes .965 inch, 1.25 inch, and 2 inch-- Measure the hole in the focuser and buy the correct size -- here is a good on-line retailer that sells eyepieces--

http://www.agenaastro.com/

and here is another

http://www.telescope.com/Accessories/Telescope-Eyepieces/pc/3/47.uts

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Hi i have put my bushmaster telescope together but the picture is upside down. how can i fix this?


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Purchased a tasco 675 luminova telescope and the front lens was missing. Where can i get one from?


I assume you mean the eyepiece. This telescope uses 1.25 inch eyepieces. Maximum magnification is 400x on a perfect seeing night.
I would start with a 20mm plossl which would give you 33x. Enough to see the moon and Jupiter/Saturn. If you get interested, then buy more eyepieces and most important a moon (neutral density) filter.
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I have a Meade EXT90. A black dot appears in the middle of every object I view (Jupiter, Mars, etc) with the exception of the moon. Any ideas on waht that might be? Thank you.


The black dot means you are way out of focus.

In an ETX90 Mars will always be a TINY disk, except under extreme magnification.

Jupiter is also a small disk but a little bit bigger.

Next time you try for Jupiter focus on the MOONS until they are tiny points of light like little stars.

Also certain eyepieces have this as an unwanted trait. Try another eyepiece -- start with the one with the largest number written on it which will be your LOWEST magnification.

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What scopes should i use for a bushmaster f700


Your question does not make any sense.

Do you mean what EYEPIECE should I use? The one with the largest number written on it. Do NOT use the 2x barlow if you have one.

You just bought a toy telescope by the way, Read my TIPS on my profile page.

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What level magnification do I use to see jupiter or saturn in a telescope?


Your 3.5 inch telescope has a maximum magnification of about 170 power.

This is under perfect sky conditions and a perfectly collimated telescope. Galileo used 30 power magnification to see Saturn's rings and the moons of Jupiter!

Put the eyepiece with the largest number written on it into the focuser do not use the 2x barlow if you have one.

Point it at Saturn. You will see the rings. However they are almost slanted directly toward Earth right now. You will only see a thin line going across the planet.

By the end of 2010 they should open up again enough to make out the "ring" shape.

You only need about 50-70 power to view Jupiter or Saturn, or Venus. Mars is smaller and about 100 power to 120 power should permit you to see the disk of the planet (but it's still very small in the eyepiece).

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I lost the eye piece and need to replace it.


Eyepieces come in 3 sizes--

.965, 1.25, and 2 inch.

Measure the hole---

You can buy eyepieces at many online retailers. Here are two:
http://www.agenaastro.com/

https://www.highpointscientific.com/store/dynamicIndex.asp

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What eyepiece do i need for a meade jupiter 60 az m telescope


Any of these will work, 1.25 inch measure the hole in the telescope.

http://www.agenaastro.com/Telescope-Eyepiece-1-25-inch-s/43.htm

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