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    I am using a b&l Discoverer at the moment until I can afford a telescope.

    Can anyone tell me where to get a 90 degree eyepiece adapter to make things easier meanwhile?

    I googled the heck out of it with no luck.

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    This is a "terrestrial" based telescope. I do not know what the tube diameter is at the rear of the scope-- or even if it uses a standard size diagonal??? If the hole is 1.25 inch a diagonal (1.25) will fit into the hole----- BUT is there even a setscrew there to keep it from falling out??
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    Good points thanks for the info. There is no set screw so I am going to leave it as is and continue saving for a telescope.
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