Computerized Telescopes: A Beginners Guide

Have you purchased or received a new computerized telescope lately, and are a little confused on how to get things started? Doing things on your own can be frustrating and confusing at first. Come along as I show you the basics to getting your computerized telescope up and running, hassle free.

The telescope used in this video is the Celestron NexStar 90 SLT Computerized Telescope. It is a 90mm Maksutov-Cassegrain, very portable, and just a great telescope all around.

With a degree in electrical engineering from Temple University and a
degree in Business Management from Rider University, Glen Hill has built a business based on integrating the coolest tech into modern living.

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20 thoughts on “Computerized Telescopes: A Beginners Guide

  1. Good video Slymin. Wish you would find time to do more astronomy vids. I was on the fence about buying a focal reducer and I bought one thanks to you. Keep up the good work.

  2. what the? why would you want all of this 😮 Or is this a house designed for disabled people. For those this can be quite great, but then the furniture is a bit weird.

  3. Who the hell goes turning all the lights on just because someone is at the door.. waste of electricity. 

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