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    Hello Stewart and welcome to the Astronomy Forums. Although I am new here it certainly seems to be a great place for information sharing.

    You are right the CPC 1100 is a bear of a telescope but I think the general consensus is that it is a great scope. Having said that, it has it's quirks and issues like all telescopes.

    If you search the various astronomy sites on the internet where users share their experience with this telescope you will find a variety of issues and opinions. Some people have problems and others do not. From my own experience I will share a few pieces of advice.

    First the clicking noise: it may be just a simple issue such as leveling and balancing. These telescopes are notoriously back-heavy and depending on the equipment you use may need a counter balancing weight. Starizona has a good article on balancing these telescopes. Make sure on setup you have the scope as level as you can. There are users who have experienced a continuous clicking noise in these telescopes which has been variously diagnosed as over or under tightening of the clutch, adjustment of one of the gear nuts inside the arm, or in my case "debris" inside the telescope. I had to send my telescope back to Celestron for this repair. So I would recommend you keep your vendor informed of what the telescope is doing.

    The second issue you may find is with grease separating from the baffle tube and either dripping on the corrector or in my case, on the mirror. This necessitated another return to Celestron. Many owners have never experienced this issue but many have as well. A lot of owners will advise that they store their scope in a horizontal position as part of the effort to avoid any issue should this dripping occur.

    The third issue that generates a lot of discussion is with respect to the bearings inside the base. There is a wide section of users who believe that the nylon bearings should be replaced with a steel version, especially for telescopes which are wedge mounted. This is due to the nylon bearings apparently flatenning out. Then again there are a fair number of users, and others including Dr Clay apparently who believe this is not necessary. Again it is a mod which is open to interpretation but seems to be important for astrophotography where a wedge is needed. Maybe over time, it might be an issue for users who are strictly visual. A good piece of advice seems to be to rotate the scope regularly if not in use for an extended period of time.

    The final comment I would make is with respect to cool down times. The SCT can take a long time to cool down and that heat inside the tube certainly degrades the view. Some users believe the scope should have a built-in fan to expedite the cooling and several mods have been developed to do just that. Others express concern about introducing dust or dirt into the tube. In my case I just acquired a cooler which on the basis of two night's use, I would endorse as an option. It reduced my cooldown time dramatically.

    In closing I must be clear that Celestron has been excellent with respect to the two repairs that were necessary. They covered all costs including shipping even though the second one was beyond the warranty date. Shipping alone from the east coast of Canada to California was a few hundred dollars each way. I have had the scope back now for better than a year and it performs perfectly......or as near perfectly as an untrained person like myself can tell.

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    Good evening Keith thnak you for the great info your tips are welcome. The click I described in my first post now after further use the other night is more akin to rope tightening thats best I can describe. It is or until last evening intermittment and not loud in the sense of gerars nashing god forbid. In speaking with the dealer it seems this is "normal" appeared more or less when at close to zenith. It may be as you mentioned and the dealer finding the right sweet spot when tightening the clutches. I made them snug tight not overly aggressive and it was as said pretty intermittent. I did see the post and image of another forum member adjusting the gear internally, not sure that I want to go that far this soon. Like most new toys one must get used to there quirks as in any mass produced item not all are 100% although they are pretty close.
    The dealer Vancouver Telescope has been outstanding to deal with and feel preety good should something go awry they will make it right. You mentioned your critical issues did you deal direct with Celestron or go via a dealer? Just for future info.
    I have one 2" eyepiece an Antares erfle 32mm W with an Antares Diag
    2MDS-D and an assortment of 1.25 ep. I am considering a 24 to 26mm Wide in a 2". In my 1.25 I have plossl from 10mm, 15mm super wide, 17mm, 32mm and a 40mm which came with the CPC. Until now the ep I have found the best have been the 15mm super wide, 17mm and certainly the 32 and 40mm.
    The dealer has hinted that I will be very pleased with the difference in the 2" versus the 1.25 and with wide ep. What are your thoughts have noted your assortment, trhe Nagler line are out of my budget or should I say my allowance as my wife pointed out this purchase is Christmas xxxxx well exponential anyway including BDay's will say she was very supportive so don't want to push the envelope. Needless to say there are those little bits that often are needed! I have been looking at the Knight Owl 20/30mm in a 2" it is a 7 element with 8th element added when you need the 30mm the spec show 70 plus afov and 17mm eyerelief priced at under 120.00usd.
    As I am sure most enthusiasts do is read and read more reviews justifying the purchase or pre-purchase. All that I have come across on the CPC has been 98% or better as a two thumbs up so I am still happy with the decision well I have to be now it is in my living room and yes with the wifes approval such a sweetie.
    All one needs now is less clouds, rain and as we march closer the inevitable snow! Well we do get alot of very nice crisp clear nights.
    Did you change the 3 knobs that attach the scope to the tripod with one from Bobs Knobs, checked jis site and only see the colimation knobs which I will definetly purchase one of those needed items as I mentioned.

    What do you do or use when you clean the corrector plate? I have read many an article on the do's and don'ts and making home stilled cleaners. I have a magic cloth from a proffesional photograhy shop that I have used with my ep what are your thoughts. it is clean now and I plan to keep but well best be prepared.

    Thanks again look forward to reading more this is a great forum. Great viewing to you.

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    Hi everyone! My name is Imran. I'm a 33 year old single dad here in Sherwood Park, which is just outside of Edmonton, AB. I was very much into amateur astronomy back in my secondary school days, but then I seem to have lost interest. At that time I was living in Vancouver anyway and had no access to any dark sky sites.

    But today I live outside Edmonton and can get to some darker skies in a couple of hours, which is great. Unfortunately I don't have a telescope yet but am trying to buy one. I'm thinking of something like a 4" TeleVue refractor as I'd like something that is easy to 'grab and go' and still gives me plenty of magnification and good, sharp views of DSOs.

    Would love to get to know fellow, local amateurs as well. I've never actually been to a star party but would love to check one out, if others are going too! So feel free to send me a message and let's chat!

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    hey am Pascal

    am from coteau du lac near montreal, i been into astronomy since about grade five, since my teacher gave me a book on astronomy, i got my first telescope when i was about 15, a tasco if i recall was a 70mm, i then later bought my real telescope about 7 years ago. been doing astropghoto for sometime, well basicly from the start.since then i bought a house in the country and its fine for viewing and taking pics, i just bought a new gt CG-5 and will start more to do deep space astrophoto. for the past years i mainly did lunar and planetery and also terrestrial photo.also i work from home and i am a domain sys admin.
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    Hello all!

    I'm Inhissteps from beautiful Kelowna B.C. I'm a active member in our club and have been in this great hobby for little over a year.
    I enjoy contributing at our outreach events using the quite popular and portable 8" Skywatcher and Celestron 15x70 Bino's on a tripod for lunar viewing. I'm currently moving through the Messier list and just a few days ago I reached mid point. YAY!
    We are blessed to have a very nice dark observatory site with a beautiful 25" telescope a member of our club built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewart View Post
    Good evening Keith thnak you for the great info your tips are welcome. The click I described in my first post now after further use the other night is more akin to rope tightening thats best I can describe. It is or until last evening intermittment and not loud in the sense of gerars nashing god forbid. In speaking with the dealer it seems this is "normal" appeared more or less when at close to zenith. It may be as you mentioned and the dealer finding the right sweet spot when tightening the clutches. I made them snug tight not overly aggressive and it was as said pretty intermittent. I did see the post and image of another forum member adjusting the gear internally, not sure that I want to go that far this soon. Like most new toys one must get used to there quirks as in any mass produced item not all are 100% although they are pretty close.
    The dealer Vancouver Telescope has been outstanding to deal with and feel preety good should something go awry they will make it right. You mentioned your critical issues did you deal direct with Celestron or go via a dealer? Just for future info.
    I have one 2" eyepiece an Antares erfle 32mm W with an Antares Diag
    2MDS-D and an assortment of 1.25 ep. I am considering a 24 to 26mm Wide in a 2". In my 1.25 I have plossl from 10mm, 15mm super wide, 17mm, 32mm and a 40mm which came with the CPC. Until now the ep I have found the best have been the 15mm super wide, 17mm and certainly the 32 and 40mm.
    The dealer has hinted that I will be very pleased with the difference in the 2" versus the 1.25 and with wide ep. What are your thoughts have noted your assortment, trhe Nagler line are out of my budget or should I say my allowance as my wife pointed out this purchase is Christmas xxxxx well exponential anyway including BDay's will say she was very supportive so don't want to push the envelope. Needless to say there are those little bits that often are needed! I have been looking at the Knight Owl 20/30mm in a 2" it is a 7 element with 8th element added when you need the 30mm the spec show 70 plus afov and 17mm eyerelief priced at under 120.00usd.
    As I am sure most enthusiasts do is read and read more reviews justifying the purchase or pre-purchase. All that I have come across on the CPC has been 98% or better as a two thumbs up so I am still happy with the decision well I have to be now it is in my living room and yes with the wifes approval such a sweetie.
    All one needs now is less clouds, rain and as we march closer the inevitable snow! Well we do get alot of very nice crisp clear nights.
    Did you change the 3 knobs that attach the scope to the tripod with one from Bobs Knobs, checked jis site and only see the colimation knobs which I will definetly purchase one of those needed items as I mentioned.

    What do you do or use when you clean the corrector plate? I have read many an article on the do's and don'ts and making home stilled cleaners. I have a magic cloth from a proffesional photograhy shop that I have used with my ep what are your thoughts. it is clean now and I plan to keep but well best be prepared.

    Thanks again look forward to reading more this is a great forum. Great viewing to you.

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    Hi Stewart. In response to your questions in your last post, I will try to address them all:
    - with respect to the clicking sound, if you notice your image jumping at the same rate as the click, then I would say there is an issue in the arms. In my case i dealt with the dealer at first and then directly with Celestron and my dealer together. As I said previously Celestron has been just excellent, which apparently is inconsistent with some other folks' experience. As long as it is under warranty I would not open it up as that action may void the warranty.

    - With respect to eyepieces, I do like the 2 inch eyepieces, but sometimes I like to throw the higher power 1.25 in for planetary or lunar viewing. I do a fair bit of sidewalk astronomy here and it is often the 1.25 eps that get the greatest wows. I am not surprised the 17mm gets the most use. I sold my dob recently and gave my 17 away with the sale so now have to replace it. I have heard lots of CPC folks like the Hyperion which is relatively inexpensive and has good eye relief.

    - I did not change the 3 tripod knobs but did replace the collimation knobs with Bobs Knobs and am glad I did. It is easier to collimate the CPC when I have to, and that is rare.

    - As for cleaning the corrector I am an advocate of not doing it unless the image is being degraded. With my dob, I learned that there can be a fair amount of spots on a mirror before images are affected and I think the same applies to the corrector. I know there are a variety of opinions on the subject, but Rod Mollise has addressed this subject extensively in his books. In his opinion, windex works just fine and has never affected the corrector. I would suggest you google his site or invest in one of his SCT books. They are excellent references. You could also use an alcohol/distilled water mix too.

    Eyepieces do get messy though, especially if letting other people view objects as with sidewalk astronomy. I use the alcohol/distilled water solution with cotton to clean the eps and have never had any issue.

    I have added a polarizing lunar filter, an illuminated reticle eyepiece and a JMI case to my collection for my telescope recently so I am hoping to venture out farther and more often. Hope you are having clear skies.
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    Hi, from the Gulf Islands of BC. It's good to see lots of other Canadians here, and great that the whole forum is so active and supportive.

    I have always been an astronomy nerd. I had a horrible no-name brand refractor (about 2", I think) when I was a kid, followed by a 3" Tasco. Between bad hardware and city light pollution, there wasn't much to see. That didn't stop me from joining the RASC (Calgary chapter, long time ago), going to occasional star parties and drooling over what other folks got to see. I eventually got myself a Celestron C-90, which was an improvement, but to be honest not a huge improvement, over the Tasco and did nothing about the light pollution.

    So, fast forward a few decades, and I am now living in a place with dark skies, where we often look up on a dark night and go "Wow!" Last month, my wife, out of the blue, says, "You should get yourself a decent telescope." Smart woman that! So I'm in the process of ordering an 8" Newtonian (brand still to be decided) and an HEQ5 mount.

    I've been hanging out here for a week or two and really liking what I see and the people I'm e-meeting. I'm getting stoked about what has been a lifelong interest and itching to get my new scope.

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    I've been interested in the night sky since I was in grade 1 living in far northern Manitoba with clear black skies. I used to stare up into the milky way. One frozen night in October of 1957 I wondered what that moving star was heading across the sky as I, bundled up in my snowsuit, laid in my back yard on a discarded set of moose antlers as my perch....sputnik as I found out several years later. Since then I was fascinated with the sky and used binoculars for years. About 10 years ago I got a cheapy 4" reflector which I used once and it hides under a bed in the spare room. My brother in law lucked into a 13" dobsonian which we had a ton of fun with. A few years ago my wife bought me an LX90 8" and I have been adding to it and modifying as needed ever since. I currently enjoy attaching my EOS 40D to it with an orion starshoot guider on a short tube 80. I have been bitten really bad with the astrophotography gnat and am adding more and more stuff and software and doing alot of photography.....still on the high learning curve but really enjoying it. I'm hoping to get an SBIG in the new year. I am learning so much from the friendly folks in this forum that I hope some day I will acquire enough knowledge to be able to respond in kind. Cheers and clear skies.

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    Howdy everyone from Edmonton. I'm Norm and I froze my rear a bit this am and evening viewing but it was worth it.lol Have been interested in astronomy for many years but it was only recently that I bought a real telescope. I have a TON to learn buuuuut ...........Rome wasn't built in a day.

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