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Rigel Picostar Artificial Star

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Well it says in the blurb you can even collimate with it in daylight.....
All I can see is the very tiny light and the white ferule its in and diffraction patterns ....NOOOOOOO
Perhaps I will try when its dark LOL
Anyone use one and able to give tips. Its with an SE8 at about 20 yards ..the graph says 15 is enough.
Celestron NexStar 8SE

Revelation 2" Dialectric diagonal

Skywatcher Plossl SP 40mm
Revelation Astro Superview 30mm 2"
Revelation Astro Superview42mm 2"
Hyperion Mk111 Zoom

Skymaster 15x70 Binoculars
Canon 1000d
EF18-55 IS
Tamron AF70-300.
Sigma 50-500 DG OS
Canon EF 50mm f1.8 (MK1)

Glider Pilots do it quietly

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