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Adding product to your cart. The two volume set contains one chart for each object: M1 through M The black printing and stars on a white background makes them easily readable with a red flashlight. They are printed on white vellum card stock and are fully laminated on both sides for dew and water resistance. After careful cutting and trimming they are bound with plastic comb binders. This binding allows them to lay flat, and they will stay flat in breezy conditions.
Designed to work in conjunction with a Telrad red-bullseye finder, you'll find tough objects easily by matching the star pattern and positioning your bullseye to match the chart. Capture that perfect comet photo. Track Saturn all night. Count sunspots from your backyard. Our technical resource documents will get you there. Email: matt cloudbreakoptics.
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My telescope is equipped with a very good 8 x 50 finder scope, that produces a 7-degree true field of view. The lowest possible magnification with my telescope focal length mm is It produces a field of view of Using both the finder scope and the 32mm eyepiece I usually can locate most of the deepsky objects. However, I wanted a tool to point my telescope quickly at the moon, the planets and naked eye stars, before switching to the finder-scope.