Tips on aligning my LX-200

alignment shortcut that I figured out

Telescopio Meade Lx 200 10 / 254 Catadioptrico - $ 38.999,00 en MercadoLibre

Telescopio Meade Lx 200 10 / 254 Catadioptrico - $ 38.999,00 en MercadoLibre

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A Meade 20 inch reflector, mounted on a Meade robotic mount. This is movable scope, if you own a semi- trailer and crane.

Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre captured the May 10, 1994 annular solar eclipse from the eclipse path�019s northern limit near Lordsburg, N.M.. They used a filtered 4-inch Meade telescope with a focal length of 1,000 millimeters and Kodak Royal Gold 400 color-negative film.

Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre captured the May 1994 annular solar eclipse from the eclipse northern limit near Lordsburg, N. They used a filtered Meade telescope with a focal length of millimeters and Kodak Royal Gold 400 color-negative film.

Meade 497 Autostar Controller DS ETX LXD Telescopes - Updated Software Ver 43E

Meade 497 Autostar Controller DS ETX LXD Telescopes - Updated Software Ver 43E

The Observatory Class Telescope - This 20-inch diameter GPS-enabled telescope goes deep space. You’ll be able to watch the counter-rotation of the bands around Jupiter and see stellar winds in the Orion nebula. | Werd

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Blood Moon Phases: Photographer Sean Parker of Tucson, Ariz., created this mosaic of the total lunar eclipse phases on April 15, 2014 using images taken with a through a 12" LX Meade 200 telescope with a Canon 6D camera via Space.com

Blood Moon Phases: Photographer Sean Parker of Tucson, Ariz., created this mosaic of the total lunar eclipse phases on April 2014 using images taken with a through a LX Meade 200 telescope with a Canon camera

Imagen de una prominencia solar, captada en el limbo Oeste. Fue tomada el 6 de marzo de 2016 a las 21:15 (UTC) desde Sídney, Australia. Se utilizó un telescopio Meade y una cámara Canon EOS 600D. Crédito: Monty Leventhal

Imagen de una prominencia solar, captada en el limbo Oeste. Fue tomada el 6 de marzo de 2016 a las 21:15 (UTC) desde Sídney, Australia. Se utilizó un telescopio Meade y una cámara Canon EOS 600D. Crédito: Monty Leventhal

Telescopio LightBridge 16 - 1645-05-02 - MEADE

Why are Dobsonian telescopes a favorite among amateur astronomers?

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