7 February 2023

In this video tutorial, you will find out how to setup and align your Meade LX65 telescope.

25 January 2023

The deep sky guide for February highlights various deep sky objects of interest and lists other items useful to the amateur astronomer.

3 January 2023

The AudioStar is the most recent handbox controller released by Meade. It is backwards compatible with the...

26 December 2022

Notes for exploring January's various interesting deep sky objects (DSOs) and lists other items of interest useful to the amateur astronomer.

6 December 2022

If you’re looking to capture lunar, planetary, and even solar images at an affordable price...

28 November 2022

The deep sky guide for December highlights various deep sky objects of interest and lists other items useful to the amateur astronomer.

We test-drive Meade’s latest computer-controlled catadioptric reflector. Meade’s freshly minted LX65 8-inch telescope certainly has extras. It boasts Advanced Coma-Free (ACF) optics, a computerized GoTo mount with motorized tracking, capacity for two telescopes and Meade’s AudioStar control system software, which offers brief “Astronomer Inside” recorded voice descriptions of chosen celestial objects.

The LX65 series from Meade Instruments provides amateur astronomers with (1) a simple-to-use and portable deep sky visual observation rig and (2) a budget-friendly way to pursue planetary/lunar astrophotography.

In this video tutorial, you will find out how to setup and align your Meade LX65 telescope.

Whether you consider purchasing your second telescope or you are new to astronomy but you are looking for a more advanced and larger telescope from day one, there are plenty of options.

Learn how to align your Meade altazimuth telescope, including the StarNavigartor NG, ETX Observer, LX65, LX90, LX200 and more.

Learn how to setup your Meade LightBridge Plus telescope quickly and easily.

Learn how to attach your camera to the telescope for planetary photography. Depending on your particular telescope and camera, there is sometimes more than one way to accomplish this.

Learn how to attach your camera to the telescope for prime focus photography. Depending on your particular telescope and camera, there is sometimes more than one way to accomplish this.