The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of a micro-sized implantable telescope for the eyes of older people with end-stage macular degeneration. It’s a sight to behold!
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hp dv7 3065dx laptop,win 7 pro x64. I try to run my meade ls telescope,system wont recanise any com ports. my compaq vista x32 works great with telescope. set s/w to com port 5 computer picks up scope right away
I dont know if this is the cheapest price on this particular model, but its $100 more than the standard one on Amazon, but looks like it comes with some decent extra opticals that may come in handy over the standard one. Im a telescope noob, but id like a decent one i can put on my deck and watch the night sky now and again.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network and New Zealand's Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network are working with local universities and research organizations to develop the first virtual “e-telescope” in the two countries.