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anachristina

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About anachristina

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  1. I was first trying to view the rooftop of the house accross us, then I also tried pointint at the sky... I’ll try adjusting the focuser again to get a better view. I was trying to adjust it last night but I still had a hard time seeing clear pics. I will try again this morning though!
  2. I can’t thank you guys enough for replying to me! Anyway here are a couple of photos I tried taking by putting the camera of my phone directly above my 20mm erecting eyepiece. That’s a fair representation of what I see when I peek through the eyepiece... when I took this I was in our living room with bright lights on, and I was trying to look outside the window...
  3. PeterCPC thanks a lot!! I was actually able to set up my 127EQ a couple of times now but when I look through it I see nothing... I was thinking maybe it’s about the telescope not being collimated so I tried using Celestron collimating eyepiece but to no success.
  4. Hi! I am very new to SGL (just signed up a couple of mins earlier) and to astronomy as well, though I have been facinated with celestial bodies since I can remember. I recently purchased a Celestron Powerseeker 127EQ but now I’m having troubles using it and I can’t seem to see anything through it. I also have a Celestron collimating eyepiece but I still can’t seem to make it work. Anyone here who has experience with the same scope? Would appreciate if we could chat a bit as I would be really interested in your experience and how you ultimately made it work!
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