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The NexStar User's Guide
The NexStar User's Guide

Author: Michael Swanson

ISBN: 9781852337148

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    Astro 51 Lab 3: The Celestron C6 Telescope Fall 2005 Instructor: Francis Wilkin -Lab #3: The Celestron C6 Telescope. This is a Newtonian Reflector. Explain what that means. 1. Mount the telescope as instructed: Note the metal rings on the mount. Th

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