Question about Galileo FS-95DX (800x95) Telescope
If your scope looks like the picture, this is called a reflector.
Light enters the front of the tube (the end where the focuser is attached on the side) -- then travels down the tube to the mirror on the bottom, then bounces back up to the smaller secondary mirror located underneath the hole in the focuser.
THE END with the focuser is on the UP end -- the end with the big primary mirror is on the BOTTOM.
You may have mounted the scope upside down with the focuser end pointed at the GROUND instead of the sky.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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