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We have a celestron 114AZ telescope. we cannot see anything with it. why?

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Most problems will be overcome by reading and absorbing the instruction manual.

Assuming the telescope is in good order, it must first be pointed at a light source using the spotter scope and then aligned using the lowest power eyepiece before fitting the high powered eyepiece...

You also should be in very low light conditions.

Posted on May 28, 2017

  • Joe Lalumia aka TelescopeMan

    Objects in the night sky are tiny. The scope must be pointed accurately or you will not see anything. Find a local astronomy club and have the members help you.

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