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About aldogarzat

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  1. Thank you to everybody for your warm welcome! Well.. I just realized my scope's mount is motorized! God! so much to learn! Now I'm looking for filters. Thank you for your advises. I have downloaded the scope's manual and tonight I'm going to read it. I'm looking information about general maintenance for my "new" scope. Thanks a lot guys.
  2. Morning I'm a newbie on this, so maybe I could make you laugh with some silly questions, but it doesn't matter for me, as long as I get the right answer from you. I got just yesterday a Meade 114/900 EQ1-B, and I got to see the moon as I never have seen it, I was amazed!. Really I don't know how I could point to the moon and a achieve to see it, but I did it! The EQ1-B is used, but it seems to be in good shape (not broken, beaten, crashed or things like that) just some dust here and there. So.. I have some questions for you guys! Here I go: 1.- How do I clean my EQ1-B. 2.- the EQ1-B didn't come with any collimator tool, so what is the best collimator for this kind of scopes ( and newbies as I am) 3.- Where can I get a manual for a Meade 114/900 EQ1-B. 4.- What kind of filters I have to get to see the moon and sun (brand, features, etc.) Thanks in advance for your help.
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