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My scope on my telescope is seeing everything upside dow, is it supposed to do that? If not please tell me how to set it up. thek you

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ALL astronomical telescopes show upside down images. It is completely normal.

For terrestrial viewing you can buy an erecting diagonal to flip the image over. Like this one:

http://www.astronomics.com/main/product.asp/catalog_name/Astronomics/category_name/EDNECFUVSRWS8KLNTU5E38XSE1/product_id/6329

Read my frequently asked questions TIP on my profile page.

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