Question about Discovery Channel Meade 8" LX90-GPS Telescope with UHTC
Put a diagonal into the scope, and select the lowest power eyepiece you have-- that's the one with the largest number on it.
During the daytime practice focusing on a distant object-- then align your finder scope crosshairs to match what you see in the eyepiece.
Be sue to read the manual and learn how to enter, time, date, and site-- calibrate motors, and train drives--
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
The best thing I can suggest is to find a local astronomy club and have them help you.
To find a local astronomy club just go to the nearest Observatory or Planetarium and ask them where to find one.
Also you can go to WWW.ASTRONOMY.Com , click on COMMUNITY, and on the pulldown click on 'Astronomy Groups.'
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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