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Need instruction step by step how to adjast the telescope for clear vision

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You never said WHAT telescope you own or what model it is??? We cannot help you without details about your telescope.

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Object moves around in and out of the field of vision.

Go to a lower power eyepiece. Unless the telescope has a tracking motor, and the telescope is aligned to the pole, objects will drift out of the field of view rapidly.

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Alignment problems

I'm not sure of which telescope and finder you have but I can give you some general instructions.

If your finder scope is is the type that is like a tiny telescope then you should see a set of cross hairs when you look into it. The goal is so that when the object is in the center of the cross hairs you should be able to find it in your telescope eyepiece.. To do this you need to align the finder scope,

I usually use a terrestrial object to do this. I use these because they don't move like stars do. You can choose road sign, a spot on a tree or a street light though that can disturb your night vision. Aim your finder at this object and center it in the finder. Check to see if it is in the eyepiece of your telescope. Use a low power eyepiece to give you a wider field. The low power eyepieces have higher numbers such as 25mm. If the object is not in your eyepiece find it and center it. Check your finder again. You need to adjust the finder so that the object is in the center of the cross hairs.

There are usually 1 to 3 thumb screws to adjust this. If there a three you go back and forth until it is centered. Check your eyepiece again to make sure the scope is still centered. You can use a higher power eyepiece (lower number) to refine this since it displays a narrower field. Just repeat the process.

Once this is done, you find the object in the sky in your finder and center it and it should be there in your eyepiece.

Clear skies!


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2. Than you try to see Jupitor,Seturn etc.

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