Question about Konusmotor 500 (230 x 114mm) Telescope
all telescopes are set up this way, but binoculars are what i prefer i own a pair of 15x70. The images are upright. you can view Moon, Jupiter, Venus, Comets, Orion nebula, Andromeda galaxy, Space shuttle, Space station, and my favorite is trying to find the "iridium Satellite flares". go to the link above and i can get you in easy..(without registering) get to the home page and click on "from data base" scroll down to find your country,Click on that, then type in your city or one nearby and then "submit",...next page click on the highlighted city and then your lat and long are now entered and then go back to home page and click on "next 24 hrs", then click on the highlighted ("time" eg: 19:54:44") and it will show you how close you will be from the flare..then click on the "Altitude" or "Azmith" highlights and it will teach you how to spot these...then go back to home page and click on "what time is it" and synchronize your watch to this time and within +or- a couple seconds you look in the sky and you'll see a phenomenal sight, if its a -9 that will be brighter than Venus...but they only last for about 5 to 7 seconds.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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