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Tinkerbell2

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  1. Thanks All, much appreciated. I'll line up the finder scope as suggested and play with the focuser. I'll keep you posted on how it all goes. Thanks again!
  2. Hi All, I'm very very new to this - so be gentle with me! I've inherited a Helios 150 telescope which I'm learning how to work. I observed the Moon through this a few years back, and it was brilliant, and I'm keen to share the sight with my children. The problem is I can't seem to focus the view finder. I can find the Moon of the spotter scope, very clearly, but when I look through the main eyepiece - a PLOSSL 10mm - I can see the light of the Moon in the back ground , but can only seem to focus on tree branches that are in the foreground- very clear relief - in the foreground. What am I doing wrong, and how do I fix it if possible? Very grateful for any replies. Thanks.
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