I ache, therefore I am
Celestron C4-R 102mm achromat Celeston Nexstar 6SE SCT Meade 80mm APO Triplet Televue NP-101 Televue TV-85 Vixen A70Lf Vixen A80Mf Vixen A80M William Optics 66mm Zenithstar Patriot Celestron CG4 EQ mount Explore Scientific Twilight 2 AZ mount Televue Gibraltar 5 Vixen Portamount
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Quote:Well, the problem for me is I sometimes only have to move the mount several feet. That's because the object I'm viewing has gone behind the limb of a tree. To go to the effort of removing the scope each time would make it a royal pain.
JIM - 15x70-Ultra~TV-85/SM-60~MN-66~ Unistar Deluxe~Unimount Light~DM-6/Planet tripod
Quote:wondering if you came up with any names for the constellations you saw.