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Tasco galaxsee i cant seem to work the telescope out i have set it up, and put the magnification peices in but everything still looks the same. when i looked at the stars they were a similar size looking through the telescope as with the naked eye. what am i doing wrong?

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Nothing------ stars are always JUST STARS no matter what scope you are using. They are too far away to see a disk. Point this scope at Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mars-- or other star clusters and the moon.

Remember stars are always just points of light-------- using Google look up the "Messier Objects"--- there are 110 of them in the night sky at different times of the year.



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