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Posted by Thom Bolin on February 27, 2002 18:42:14 UTC

I have refractor... so my issues are different but found an answer for them all with the helpful Amateur Astronomers out there.

I'm sure that just by posting that question about the balancing act you are performing will do the trick. If you haven't already visited astronomy.com and read through their forums you ned to make the trip. I'm sure someone out there has had the same issue that you are having and has found a remedy for it.
And like I always say... if you don't expect hubble images you will be pleasently surprised.

I just couldn't believe actually seeing the rings of Saturn with my own one eye... not in a book or a picture.. but in real time.... just AMAZING.

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