Question about Optics
That all depends on what telescope it is, but generally you line it up with whatever you are trying to view, then you start with the biggest eyepiece you have (say you have a 9mm, 12mm, and 24mm; you should always start off with the 24mm) then gradually bring the mm size til u get to your lowest or however far you need to zoom into
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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