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Armaan Sandhu

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  1. Hi All, Thanks for replying. Yes, I can see the 4 moon using a lower magnification. I have attempted to collimate my telescope using the instruction that came with the telescope, but I'm not sure what I have done wrong...
  2. I think I accidentally sent you a pic of Jupiter without a telescope in the first pic, sorry The video should give you a better impression with the iso turned down. Here is the best pic I have taken with the telescope (Just wish I could see more:
  3. I think I accidentally sent you a pic of Jupiter without a telescope in the first pic, sorry The video should give you a better impression with the iso turned down.
  4. Hi all, yes, the same thing appears when I look through with my naked eye. I am unable to see any detail on Jupiter - It just appears white. My scope is new, only bought it a year ago, and I am using the Plossl eyepieces and filters that I bought as a kit from Celestron (https://www.celestron.com/products/eyepiece-and-filter-kit-125in). I have also tried the 10mm and 20mm lenses that came with the telescope. Also, I am in the southern hemisphere. So far the stars I look at do appear to be relatively pinpointed. Regards, Armaan Here is a vid with the iso reduced (
  5. I have been trying to see Jupiter for a while now, but all I am seeing is a whitish blob with a tinge of yellow and blue at the ends. I have tried several filters, but to no avail. I am using an Astromaster 130eq, Celestron with magnifications ranging from 20mm to a 6mm plus a 2X Barlow lens. many suggestions would be greatly appreciated. regards, Armaan.
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