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Colmination hi. can you give me more info on colmination for my 76mm celestron skywatcher? cheers steve

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What scope do you have as your picture suggests you have a dobsonian 10 inch. get back to me with your real scope and i will be able to help you

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Am I supposed to see the cross in the centre of image on celestron 76eq


You will see diffrection spikes when focused on a very bright object

http://www.goldastro.com/images/newtonian.jpg

and this can also appear around a bright planet. However it is very irritating, and to minimise it, make sure your scope is well collimated (optically aligned).

There is too much to collimation to include here, but there are many guides on the Net

http://www.cloudynights.com/documents/primer.pdf

http://www.atmsite.org/contrib/Carlin/collimation/

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I am a beginner looking for a good telescope. I am currently looking at a Celestron Skywatcher telescope. There are three lenses which comes with it: super wide 10mm. lens as well as a wide angle 25 mm....


Magnification is the LEAST important property of a telescope. Quality optics and aperture are much more important.

The best bang for the buck is a reflector style telescope ion a Dobsionian mount. You get the most aperture for the least amount of money. Like this one--
http://www.telescope.com/Telescopes/Dobsonian-Telescopes/Classic-Dobsonians/Orion-SkyQuest-XT6-Classic-Dobsonian-Telescope/pc/1/c/12/sc/13/p/8942.uts?refineByCategoryId=13


The scope above has 6 inches of aperture and is mounted on a very stable alt az mount called a Dobsonian mount.



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Where to find them in sri lanka?


First I would not buy that very small 60mm telescope. You would be better off buying a pair of 10x 50mm binoculars and a good star chart.

Check out the Skywatcher brand of telescopes which are manufactured in Europe--
http://www.skywatcher.com/swtinc/index2.php

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Bushnell 78-9003 telescope purchased at yard sale with no eyepiece. Where can I purchase one that will fit? It talks about a .965 inch eyepiece.


.965 eyepieces are readily available on ebay. A meade 25mm MA (modified achromat) is about $10 plus shipping This will give you 700mm/25mm= 28x power. Avoid any eyepiece marked with a H (Huygens) as they have terrible field of view.
.965 is not a popular size anymore and Bushnell does not make very good telescopes. Don't get frustrated, if you are still interested, buy a Meade, Celestron, Orion quality telescope.

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I just bought an Optus 553 telescope and the instructions are not in English. Where can I get operating manual and set-up instructions please? I live in Spain.


Sorry, but that is NOT a major brand of telescope like Skywatcher, Meade, Celestron, Astro Physics, and so forth.

You will not find a manual anywhere. Try to locate a local Astronomy club and get the members to help you with the scope. Most clubs welcome new members and will help them.

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Hi I have a 1980's C8,no power supply or manual


If you will email Rod Mollise he can tell you exactly what power is needed for this telescope.

Here is his web site:

http://skywatch.brainiac.com/astroland/

Feb 17, 2010 | Celestron Optics

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I have a Celestron Newtonian telescope, 76mm, 700mm. I am trying to locate the finder scope bracket to replace a broken one. I cannot find any other numbers, but it is about ten years old.


Simply buy another finderscope.

Many internet retailers sell finder scopes. Here is Orion Telescope:
http://www.telescope.com/control/telescope-finder-scopes

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you go through www.celestron.com/starwatcher 76 & also find inyouyube foe live demo but I think your telescope is aPoerseeker serise not starwatcher.

Dec 29, 2007 | Celestron Optics

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Celestron colmination


There should be 2 sets of adjustments to be done. The first is to sight from the eyepiece holder, and see if the diagonal has the back mirror centered - don't be concerned about the off-center of the main mirror. Once the diagonal is centered, then use the adjuster screws to bring the main mirror into line. Adjust first one way then the next (in or out). When done, your eye should be centered in both mirrors. Then align the finder, and away you go.

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