Thanks for your reply. I'm just gonna give you a little bit more information about myself.
I'm 47 and I'm a professional photographer since 1994. I own 10 camera bodies such as Canon 1DX MIIs, Nikon D850s, Sony A7III and have a collection of over 30 lens such as Nikon 200mm F2, Canon 85 F/1.2, etc... . I won several international awards as a successful wedding photographer. You can have a look at my site on www.fotoshootprod.com. The site www.topteny.com has rated me as among the 10 best wedding photographer in the world in 2017. This is to tell you that I know about gears, imaging, photography, composition and particularly light.
In regards to astronomy, I was first at school for anything related to astronomy. As a teenager, one of my hobby was to guess the rotation and revolution of all planets of the solar system with the only information of the diameter of the planet and distance to the sun. I would calculate the rise and set of planets (from observation) for a range of period to determine their movement in the sky.
When I was young I did not have enough money to purchase a proper telescope but I had a good pair of binoculars which allowed me to look at nebulae, clusters and the milky way. I used to spend most of my free time into books such as those of Hubert Reeves or the Quid, etc... to study the composition of stars, the formation of clusters, galaxies, etc... but also learn about the formation of the universe, the transformation of Hydrogen into helium, the nuclear reaction happening inside stars to produce, light, energy, particles, gamma rays, etc... I learned about the expansion of the universe, the theory of relativity, the gravitational waves, etc..., etc... etc... So, I might be a new fancy telescope owner but I'm pretty fond and know quite a lot about the universe and what happens outside there.
I decided that it was time for me to spend a little bit more time into what i like (astronomy). I don't have so much time to spend hours and days to follow the sky because of my work but I'm starting to get into it since my business is growing a lot and I am spending a good deal of time to invest into people who will be able to take over gradually which will let me enjoy more time into my hobby.
I'm from Mauritius Island and unfortunately, the astronomical community is almost inexistant. There is only 1 astronomical club and it's pretty dormant. Most people do their things by themselves and there is not a single shop selling motorised telescope. Only one shop sells crap telescope (Tasco or manual vixen scopes). I actually purchased mine online on Bhphoto paying a hefty amount of money into express shipping. It cost me USD 400 in shipping only for the telescope. So you have to sort yourself out and don't have much local help in such expensive hobbys.
I'll try to figure out what happens with the scope but definitely, there is an issue with the hand controller because each time i with it on, it gets me a "Err : Model num" error message and a "critical error". i have checked and looked online for all possible solutions and most people wrote that Celestron's support department had said that their system was defective and replaced the items.