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  1. @vlaiv It worked! Thanks for giving me a simple fix, other sources I found had me believe that I had to spend quite a bit of money to fix it. Clouds only cleared for around an hour for me to test and I still have to master alligning and tracking, but that's for another day. Cheers.
  2. Thanks so much for the knowledge and assistance, skies have clouded over now but will do it properly next time!
  3. I have no idea what this is, perhaps? Sure, as I mentioned I am extremely new so this might be completely wrong but I followed a youtube guide and bought a https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01LWJ2Z3Y/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1, which I am slotting into the diagonal with the 25mm eyepiece provided (which by the sounds of things may be my issue, but I seem to not be able to focus or even really find what I am looking at through the viewfinder without the eyepiece here). I have also tried just attatching the T-ring where the diagonal usually goes but ag
  4. Hi, I am a complete novice and got into astrophotography in December of last year, I had some decent success using only my Canon 450D and stock 18-55mm lens. Since then I have purchased a telescope and mount (Sky-Watcher Startravel 102 and the AZGTe WiFi GOTO mount), which arrived yesterday. Luck would have it that the skies were clear last night and I had a go at imaging both M42 and M31 (also tried m45 tonight just to see if I could fiddle around with anything to solve it, but no luck), both of which came out pretty dissapointingly. If someone could tell my what is is that is wron
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