1. Do I need to make any further adjustment now that I replaced the original mount head with the ADM replacement head?
2. How critical is aligning/squaring the polar scope to the mount itself for visual work, i.e., would this alone account for very poor accuracy?
3. In the start-up alignment process, does "daylight savings time," mean living in an area with daylight savings time or whether we have actually moved our clocks ahead an hour for daylight savings time (I assumed the later)?
Any other pointers would be greatly appreciated and thanks for your help!!
Uncle Rod Uncle Rod's Astroblog: http://uncle-rods.blogspot.com/
Quote:Rod, I trust you mean the "Align Mount" function to polar align the mount under the "Utilities" feature of the HC. I just figured either way one is still having to locate Polaris. Will certainly give it a shot. Thanks!
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