How to View the universe with the Meade EXT-80-TC Telescope
All you science and astronomy nuts out there, pay attention, this detailed video tutorial series will tell you everything you need to know about using the Meade EXT-80-TC Telescope to ogle the universe.
Meade's new, larger 80mm diameter ETX-80-TC delivers more light-gathering for increased image brightness and greater detail. Moon craters by the hundreds, cloud belts on Jupiter, and Saturn's rings are just the beginning of what can be seen with this telescope.
Meade's brainy AutoStar computer solves the stargazer's two biggest challenges in navigating the heavens with a computer telescope: aligning the telescope with the night sky and finding celestial phenomenon in the vast starry firmament. Right out of the box with a simple initialization, AutoStar makes finding the sky's elusive jewels virtually as easy as pushing a few buttons. Observe land or over 1400 sky objects in stunning high resolution, and learn about the sky with Meade's extensive astro-library.
Video chapters include:
1. Introduction 2. Before We Go Any Further 3. Parts 4. Tripod Assembly 5. Attach Scope to Mount 6. Install Batteries 7. AutoStar Handbox 8. Focusing 9. First Night Out 10. Initialize 11. Home Position 12. Alignment 13. Go to Saturn 14. Guided Tour 15. Alignment Star 16. What is Tracking? 17. Scrolling Speed 18. Now That You've Seen Saturn... 19. Train the Drive