Collimation

Notes relating to setting up the Telescope and other topics relating to "The Sky At Night"

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Collimation

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Is it Collimated.

Post by sjj1805 » Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:56 am

Good thread here including taking photographs with a point and shoot.
http://www.cloudynights.com/ubbthreads/ ... in/4344713

Here is another site with some sample pictures to establish if what you see in the sky is collimated or not
http://www.skywatchertelescope.net/swti ... ?class1=10

This guide is particulary good
http://www.astro-baby.com/collimation/a ... 0guide.htm

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