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Upsidedowm image on a KOUSMOTOR-500 Telescope

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Hi ya,

Because of the way they are designed all reflecting astronomical telescopes produce an inverted image. If you are looking at objects in space it doesn't really matter which way they are up, there is no up or down in space.

You can buy an inverter which will correct the image, just google it to find one.

Cheers

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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I have a Bushnell Voyager telescope and can't see anything thru it at night!


Did you set it up according to the provided instructions?
Do you have a low power eyepiece inserted at the viewing end?
Have you aimed the telescope at the moon as a basic test of
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If your telescope is not properly aimed at the target (a star or a planet, or other object in the night sky) then you will see nothing.
If the power of your eyepiece is too large and your telescope aim is
not "dead on", then you will see nothing.
Have you tried using the scope in the daytime? Do you see anything?
Aim at a specific object, or section of an object, like the top of a lamp-post about a block or two away, and see if you can focus on
it the eyepiece.
You really need someone at your side who has experience in using
astronomical telescopes. That would be the quickest way to solve
any problems you have.
Unless your question is very specific, and unless you provide as
much detail as possible about your problem, it will be difficult for
anyone to provide you with speecific answers that will help you
solve your problem.
joy,
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