When ever I use the computer to tell me where a star is. It always seems to point me to an area with little or no stars. and yes every time I use the telescope I reset the time and date and area. However Im not sure if Im setting the star correctly.
Can someoe tell me how to set the star or how to fix this problem?
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The finder scope must be aligned with the main tube. Get a bright star into the MAIN tube eyepiece. Then without moving the scope adjust the crosshairs in the small finder scope so they CROSS at the same star.
That's absolutely correct. Stars are so incredibly distant that they are effectively point light sources. Except for the largest telescopes ever built and those orbiting in space there are no telescopes which make stars seem bigger. But they will resolve what appears to be a single star into binaries, for example. Larger telescopes also gather far more light than the human eye, so will show objects which are far too faint to be seen with the naked eye.
Higher magnification eyepieces are mostly used for lunar and planetary observation, but the more magnified the image, the less bright it is. High magnifications also show up any optical flaws in the objective lens and atmospheric interference, so it's always best to use the lowest magnification which allows you to see the detail you're after.
have you tried cooktop cleaner? this seams to work pretty good at getting stains out of stainless steal. (You know...cooktop cleaner is really just car wax if you had some try this on a little area and see how it works and if you like the results...there you go.) let me know what you think. But like i said always do a test point before doing the whole surface.
046 The Biggest Star ------------------------------- 1. The shape you're trying to make is a five-pointed star. It's easy enough to form a star by just connecting five points, but you're aiming to make the biggest start possible. Look for "the five largest objects in space" and connect them together. 2. The answer for this puzzle requires you to draw your star upside down. 3. Remember that the planet we live on is also floating in space!
046 The Biggest Star ------------------------------------------ Tree on the horizon acts as a star. Connect the 4 big stars and tree in a star shape. 6 lines total.
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Nothing------ stars are always JUST STARS no matter what scope you are using. They are too far away to see a disk. Point this scope at Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mars-- or other star clusters and the moon.
Remember stars are always just points of light-------- using Google look up the "Messier Objects"--- there are 110 of them in the night sky at different times of the year.