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Telescope mount advice

I have a Meade LX90 telescope and have recently acquired a Skypod as a permanent home for the telescope. I would appreciate some advice as to the type of fixed mount to use and the direction as to the mounting position? Regards
Peter
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Old 14-02-2021, 08:15 PM
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Hi Peter,

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I've asked the moderators to move your thread to the DIY observatories forum. You will be better served there for this topic you have started Not many replies here so far after 4 days...

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Old 30-04-2021, 09:23 AM
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I have a Meade LX90 telescope and have recently acquired a Skypod as a permanent home for the telescope. I would appreciate some advice as to the type of fixed mount to use and the direction as to the mounting position? Regards
Peter
This is a tad disappointing Peter. I was sure that you would’ve had someone to answer your question by now, or refer you to another section to assist you. I just hope that some members will read this and be able to give you some advice.
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