My 14.25 inch Star-Liner Telescope - Al-Paslow
This shot shows the Polar axis of the telescope mount with gears and a motor which can be set to follow the stars while they move accross the sky. The telescope makes one complete turn every 24 hours!

The Right Ascension  Setting Circle ( black wheel shown with numbers.) can be used to find a "stars address" in the sky.

Stars have locations of latitude and longitude in the sky. The Stars Right Ascension ( latitude) can be "dialed in" by moving the telescope and watching the numbers on the circle shown above.  

The telescopes other setting circle on the other axis ( not shown on this image) finds the stars "longitude".

This shot shows the Polar axis of the telescope mount with gears and a motor which can be set to follow the stars while they move accross the sky. The telescope makes one complete turn every 24 hours!

The Right Ascension Setting Circle ( black wheel shown with numbers.) can be used to find a "stars address" in the sky.

Stars have locations of latitude and longitude in the sky. The Stars Right Ascension ( latitude) can be "dialed in" by moving the telescope and watching the numbers on the circle shown above.

The telescopes other setting circle on the other axis ( not shown on this image) finds the stars "longitude".

PolaraxisStarLiner14.25inch