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Old 23-11-2011, 11:42 PM
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bmitchell82 (Brendan)
Newtonian power! Love it!

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cheshire will do nothing for you

Auto collimator will! as it will align your secondary to the optical center of your focuser. As the primary is a floating primary, you then utilize a star test to do it right. by focusing the star and then taking a snap of it in each coner, you then chase the flair back towards the center.

its a long arduous process but it works.!

on the other hand if it was a fixed primary.... it would be quite easy
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