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I have read the manual and they're not clear on this. The base of the telescope is what sits on the tripod. It is where you store the controller. You should find the power switch near where the controller gets stored.
NorthStar® Telescopes offer amateur
astronomers state-of-the-art computer-driven location and tracking
capability with simple, push-button control. With a built-in data base
of 20,000 celestial objects, you simply call up your target on the
hand-held control module, enter a simple "Go To" command and the
NorthStar computer does the rest. Once locked on, tracking the object
for prolonged viewing is automatic. the idea is not to touch the scope but use the hand controller. so the answer is no. not recommended.