Usually two eyepieces are enough for your scope. If you still cannot see anything through the scope after checking I would strongly suggest taking it back to where it came from and asking for another. As for me, now I have to go back to the job. It is easy to apply and certaily, you must be an expert in something. From the image by your question it does look like a simple setup but there are several variations of the telescope in question. Set your goals and track it all! You might even be able to find the parts that you are needing on ebay or some other retail source.
See your incoming calls and texts, and even track your sleep with this shock-proof, sweat-proof design. When you pay for an answer, your question remains at the top of the pile until it is answered. It appears that when purchasing a telescope you do truly get what you pay for. If the eyepiece tube on your scope is that dimension inside diameter then you will have no trouble finding lots of them in various focal lengths on Amazon or eBay. Check to see that the mirror inside the telescope is seated properly and is undamaged. Anyway-- eyepieces come in 3 sizes---.
There are only a very few reasons as to why you would not get any image from the eyepiece. Answered on Mar 06, 2019. Thanks for your interest in FixYa. Go outside and focus on a distant object during the daytime and practice focusing the telescope. If looking at purchasing this telescope dont waste your money on such a low end scope. In the free section, there is a big -- growing list -- frequently, questions are lost on the list.
If anything I have suggested does not seem to tie to the telescope you have then by all means if you could provide me with more specific model details I may be able to help you out some more. Ok basically with this type of telescope it is a simple path that the light takes to get from one end of the telescope to the other. In the eyepiece there should be a reflector mirror angled at 45 degrees. Track your steps, distance traveled, calories burned and lots more with the Vivitar 5-in-1 Bluetooth Fitness Tracker. Move the focus know slowly in and out until you get a sharp image. .
Not knowing exactly what you have assembled yourself I will just suggest them and hope that one of them fixes your problem. The service from Overstock on recieving this product was fine, but the telescope itself is good only as a landfill tenant. If not, you can probably google the manufacturer name. This cool gadget wirelessly syncs all recorded data to your smartphone for portable results and easy sharing with family and friends. The people who answer questions here work on their own. Secondly, and I do not mean to insult you by stating the obvious, but have all caps been removed from the lens and eyepiece parts? Answered on Mar 03, 2009 There should be paperwork in the box that has manufacturer contact information. If the eyepiece tube on your scope is that dimension inside diameter then you will have no trouble finding lots of them in various focal lengths on Amazon or eBay.
The focal length of the main lens divided by the focal length of the eyepiece is the magnification of the telescope. I dont understand what you mean the site is not friendly. Hopefully this is the type where you can remove the eyepiece usually you can to allow higher strength lenses to be used and look into the reflector mirror part of the telescope. Good luck May 11, 2008. The eyepiece focal lengths, usually in millimeters, determines the magnification of the telescope.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011 I dont know what the meat settings are for the George Foreman Gril. Nov 21, 2010 You sure it did not have one or two eyepieces??? Commonly available astronomical telescope eyepieces are 1. There are hundreds of scientific companies or telescope companies that can supply you with an inexpensive replacement. You have a question posted here for free, dont you? Wait till you can justify purchasing a scope that may cost a little more. Maybe take it back where you purchased it and exchange it for one that has all of the parts. .
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