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Re: Celestron 8" SCT (caution About Computerized Model)

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Posted by Ed Slocomb on February 9, 2000 03:40:57 UTC

Once the computerized model is set up, you cannot move it manually without losing your coordinates. The telescope must slew itself everytime it is moved. That uses up a lot of battery power. External power supply is called for, but I'm not sure if you can use one.

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