Question about Fieldvision Optics
All astronomical telescopes show the view upside down. it is the properties of the mirrors/lenses. Ther is no up and down in space. You will get used to it.
For terrestrial viewing, you can buy a erect image diagonal (for refractors and SCTs) or a erect image eyepiece for refractors. This is not recommended for astronomy since it reduces contrast.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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