[sct-user] Re: Real Star Testing in the Daytime
>If anyone tries this for the first time and succeeds, please let meWell, it was easy the first time I tried it, but I "cheated".... I used an
>While you can't do difraction rings by day, collimation is a snap!
>Herman Heyn, Baltimore, Md.
LX200. Sync on Venus, and jump to a star. Easy.
I've now looked at dozens of stars plus Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and
Saturn in daylight, both at the eyepiece and using a CCD video camera.
Rochester Hills, MI
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