Question about Konusmotor 90 (91 x 90mm) Telescope
Is this a fault ? Or if not how do I calibrate this?
Posted by Anonymous on
Is NOT -- what?
It is highly unlikely that the setting circle on low cost telescopes is accurate enough to actually use.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a small equatorial mount. The setting circles are very inaccurate on these small telescopes -- you will NOT be able to find anything in the sky, even if you set them properly. Sorry.
You bought an equatorial mounted telescope which is never recommended for a beginner. However I have posted instructions for aligning the mount on Polaris on my profile page in the TIPS section. Read those instructions. You must first align the scope on the North star in order to use the telescope.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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