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ASTRONOMY TO BECOME A ASTRONOMY,WHAT AII SUBJECTS ARE THERE.CAN U GIVE ME A LIST OF SUBJECT WHAT WE HAVE TO TAKE AFFTER COMPLETING 12CLASS OR IS THERE ANY EXAMINATION WE HAVE TO TAKE I SUPPOSE U WOULD SEND ME THE ANSWER AS SOON AS U CAN.I WOULD BE WAIT FOR THE ANSWER.


You need to have skills in mathematics and computer sciences. Astronomy is a course provided at many colleges, and to become professional, requires a degree. The more education, the better, and one leader is Harvard. Others such as the University of Arizona, Cal Tech, and the University of Hawaii have top of the line courses.
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My Dad bought a pair of Pentax binoculars 12x24UCF about 15 years ago. They work great,but somehow last year I lost the rubber eye piece from the right side. I contacted the service dept. and they told me I would have to send in the binoculars to have them fixed along with $19.95 and it would take 4-6 weeks to get them back. and that they rubber piece is not suppose to be able to come off. The left side easily comes off and is interchangeable with the right side. What do I need to do to get the rubber piece? I can put it on myself and it cannot cost the company more than a few cents.


What usually happens with older binoculars is that they shrinka bit with age. We all do.The company has to spend money on much more than just the parts -- they have to pay for light, heat, water, employee healthprograms, taxes, unemployment compensation, and sometimespolitical contributions. The few cents for the eyepiece is quicklyeclipsed by other considerations.I would look for a similar pair of binocs on eBay and spend maybe seven or eight dollars for them and combine the parts.
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Hi! I own an 80's model Criterion Dynamax 8 SC telescope which I would like to take apart to install a straight-through Finder Scope. At the same time I'd like to remove the primary mirror and clean it. What I need is some kind of mechanical drawing of how such a scope is put together inside so I can put it back together properly. Criterion offered a guide for such a task but wouldn't send it with the telescope when new but only by special request. Of course now, they're not around any more. But since I've been using the scope for 30 years, It's time to take it apart. Anybody have such a drawing or guidebook for the task


This is their SCT model-- it comes apart very similar to the pictures in this article:http://www.astromart.com/articles/article.asp?article_id=594Read the article and see the pictures.
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Hi! For Christmas (2010) I received a skywatcher telescope SK1141 EQ1 (D=114mm F=1000mm). I would like to be able to view the solar eclipse which is due to take place on the 3rd/4th January. I was wondering if it is possible to back project from this telescope and if so how should I go about it? If not, do I need to purchase a solar filter and how much will this cost? I would appreciate it if you get back to me asap. Thanks for you time.


Theoretically you can use eyepiece projection for solar images, by placing a screen opposite the eyepiece and focusing on it. Some telescopes come with an accessory attachment for this. However, there is the possibility that the eyepiece will be damaged by the heat, especially if it is one with cemented elements or if it has plastic parts.Do NOT buy or attempt to use a solar filter to look at the Sun. If the filter cracks from the heat you will instantly lose your sight. I'm not sure that I would bother with a telescope during an eclipse. You may not even be able to get it lined up and focussed in the short time available. At the last eclipse, I made a pinhole camera with a pinhole in a piece of foil placed in a blacked out window in a darkened room. The image on the hand held paper screen was good enough to photograph.
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Where can I get parts for 40114675? I've had to return it twice each time it is missing the bracket that holds the tube to the tripod. Would rather order one than keep taking apart etc..


First thing you should do is STOP BUYING Tasco telescopes! This is considered a "department store" telescope and is not very well made. It is also on a shaky EQ mount that you must polar align in order to use.Return it and buy a 6 inch DOB-- like this one.http://www.telescope.com/control/product/~category_id=classicdobs/~pcategory=dobsonians/~product_id=08942
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I am a beginner looking for a good telescope. I am currently looking at a Celestron Skywatcher telescope. There are three lenses which comes with it: super wide 10mm. lens as well as a wide angle 25 mm. long eye relief lens,and a barlow lens. My question to you is, is this a good telescope for viewing objects in the sky, such as mars, moon, jupiter etc. Or do I need another lens stronger then that. I would like you to also give me an answer as soon as possible please! THANKS FOR YOUR HELP


Magnification is the LEAST important property of a telescope. Quality optics and aperture are much more important.The best bang for the buck is a reflector style telescope ion a Dobsionian mount. You get the most aperture for the least amount of money. Like this one--http://www.telescope.com/Telescopes/Dobsonian-Telescopes/Classic-Dobsonians/Orion-SkyQuest-XT6-Classic-Dobsonian-Telescope/pc/1/c/12/sc/13/p/8942.uts?refineByCategoryId=13The scope above has 6 inches of aperture and is mounted on a very stable alt az mount called a Dobsonian mount.www.telescopeman.orgwww.teleswcopeman.uswww.telescopeman.info
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A lot of those old scopes eventually had cracks in the objective lense..trouble is the focal leght of the objective is hard to match and i dont think you will. it was two pieces of glass a double convex and a plano concave with airspace.sorry for the bad [email protected] .com
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Hi, this is a common "problem" for astronomical telescopes. Same with my Meade 3" refractor and spotter. It is actually a design 'feature' not broken.The issue is that most astronomical telescopes naturally show images upside down, or some combination of upside down and left-right. (Astronomers usually don't care, because space has no up or down.)It is just the way optics work when lenses or mirrors bounce and bend light. (And since the professional astronomer wants the most light and most direct image, they usually don't want extra devices just to make it right-side up.)Reason that binoculars don't do that , is they employ special internal prisms to get the image back right-side up.Easiest solution for astronomical telescope is to buy what is called a "star-diagonal" or "image-erector prism". These will usually make the image look normal for us earth-based folks.I do not know what exact type your Meade 227 telescope is, but the spotter scope is most likely a simple refractor. So it MAY be possible to install a star diagonal onto it. Or might not. Depends on the exact spotter scope design. Another option may be able to buy a replacement spotter scope that is designed for correcting image orientation.
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