How To: View the universe with the Meade EXT Premier Telescope

View the universe with the Meade EXT Premier 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 Premier Telescope to ogle the universe.

Just because a star may be millions of years old, doesn't mean it should take you that long to find it.

Until now, the stargazer's two biggest challenges to enjoying the night sky have been aligning their telescope and finding objects. Meade's ETX Premier Edition Telescope eliminates these two challenges and makes astronomy as easy as pushing a button – right out of the box. Want to see a hard-to-find deep space galaxy? Simply push a button. The same goes for planets, stars, nebulae and more. Just pick an object you want to observe, press a button, and then AutoStar will automatically point your telescope and put it right in your eyepiece.

Don't know what you want to see this evening? Go to the "Tonight's Best" tour in your AutoStar. It automatically selects the best objects in the sky for that particular time and location (from its database of over 30,000 celestial objects). All you need is a clear night, a dark sky and a little curiosity. Whether you already know the sky by heart, or are just beginning your journey of discovery, your Meade ETX Premier Edition will take you where you want to go. Astronomy has never been so fun and rewarding.

Video chapters include:

1. Introduction
2. Before We Go Any Further
3. Sun Warning
4. Assembly
5. Align SmartFinder
6. AutoStar Handbox
7. First Night Out
8. Automatic Alignment
9. Guided Tour
10. Go to Saturn
11. Now That You've Seen Saturn...
12. What Is Tracking?
13. Don't I Have to Set Time and Date?
14. Some Tips?
15. Training the Drive
16. SmartFinder Intensity and Blink Rate
17. Equatorial Mount

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