Re: Help With Exos-2gt
Don't use planets for alignment Their positions vary too much. Stick with bright stars or M objects.
I've done a 2 star, but find after aligning to NCP as close as possible, centering the first star, the second star is pretty much in the center ring of the Telrad and very close to center in the eyepiece.
To precisely center the 1st star without a centering eyepiece, just de-focus the star until it takes up almost the entire field of view. Easy to center that way.
Celestron Classic 8, Old Sears 60mm f/15 refractor, Old Edmund Scientific 6 inch F/8 newt, GSO 2" Diag, ES 30mm/70, ES 25mm/70, Orion 32 Super Plossl, Mead 24mm MA,
X-Cel LX 18mm, Luminos 15mm, F/6.3 reducer, Luminos 2.5x barlow, Telrad, Celestron 9x50 RACI, DIY Baader Solar Filter, Celestron Skymaster 20x80, Bresser EXOS-2 Goto, Revolution Imager R1
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