My 14.25 inch Star-Liner Telescope - Al-Paslow
14.25 inch Equatorial Telescope mount.

This image shows the rather large and heavy mount. The diameters of the axises are 2 inch solid steel. The picture also shows both setting circles that are used for finding a stars "longitude" and "latitude" in the sky.

Three "heavy" counter weights on the Declination axis balences the very heavy telescope tube.

The entire telescope is carefully balanced. You can easily move the entire instrument from star to star with one hand!

14.25 inch Equatorial Telescope mount.

This image shows the rather large and heavy mount. The diameters of the axises are 2 inch solid steel. The picture also shows both setting circles that are used for finding a stars "longitude" and "latitude" in the sky.

Three "heavy" counter weights on the Declination axis balences the very heavy telescope tube.

The entire telescope is carefully balanced. You can easily move the entire instrument from star to star with one hand!

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