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Dave Matison

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  1. Try posting on the cloudy nights forum in the US-I think ive seen several solutions for the 6. The belt driven version allows manual focus as well, which I find invaluable.
  2. One of my four scopes is a Celestron 127slt. The scope produces beautiful images, and the mount tracks very, very well. The tripod is pure d crap-it shakes like jelly. I bought a used 4/5se tripod, and using a bolt and three neoprene washers, cured the shakes. It is an absolutely wonderful little scope and alignments are quite easy.
  3. Our bankruptcy statutes allow the debtor (here, a debtor in possession, meaning no trustee) to sell any property deemed “unduly burdensome” to reorganization, and to discharge or disaffirm executory (not yet fully performed) contracts, and general creditors claims-so, pending or potential warranties can be disaffirmed should the debtor wish BUT I HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE of whether or if Meade has or will do so-again, the greater probability is that it will successfully reorganize, should our country last that long....
  4. I’m a retired attorney, with some experience in this field. The majority of US chapter 11 reorganizations are successful. If not, the assets are liquidated and executory contracts, like warranties, are discharged. I strongly suspect Meade will shed burdensome contracts and come out of Chapter 11 as a lean but solvent company.
  5. I believe your starsense is defective. I have two, one used on both a 127slt and 4se, and another on a 60th anniversary evolution. Both work perfectly.
  6. I have two scopes, and my travel scope is a Celestron 4se, a little mak with very nice optics AND A VERY STABLE TRIPOD. The go to is very accurate and it can be used with Celestron’s auto align starsense should you wish.
  7. New guy here, in Seattle, and I really enjoy the site.
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