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Hi Killer, welcome from Swindon, I have the 200P, best scope ever. For me, the best instruction book on how to understand and use a telescope is Robin Scargell's 'Stargazing With A Telescope' a Philip's book at £7.99 ISBN 978- 0-540-09023-5. Here's a bit of advice: using a manual telescope - don't get really high power eye pieces to start with, the object goes out of view too soon until you familiarise yourself with the new instrument. Use low power, the 25mm that the scope came with or a 32mm (the Celestron Plössl is one of the finest in my view). More about EP's here: Robins Eyepiece Guide

Good luck with the telescope, I have had many hours of pleasure with mine!

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