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Information On Meade Magellan I And Information Site

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Posted by Fred Frederick on June 16, 2001 16:12:28 UTC

Just some information to pass on. If anyone experiences problems with the encoders for the Magellan I here is an address where replacements are available. http://www.semiconductor.agilent.com/cgi-bin/morpheus/home/home.jsp?Psection=motion+control In the Search type HEDM for one of the encoders and HEDS for the other. You will get all the information and specs that you could possible want.
Also, if you want information on telescopes and dealers try http://www.excelsis.com/vote/astro/index.html If you are interested in a certain telescope click on the telescopes and it will give you a list of what is available. Click on the model you are interested in and see what other owners have to say about it. If you want to put you two cents in on a certain model this is the site to do it.
It also has a dealers listing. See who to trust and who to stay away from. Click on the list of dealers and check out what your fellow amateur astronomers have to say about how they have been treated. You can also put you comments in as well as adding new dealers to the list. It's a great site for those in need of this type of information.

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