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More About Guide Scopes
Guiding often involves monitoring a star through a separate guide scope and making tracking corrections as needed to prevent the star from drifting. The guide scope is typically mounted on top of, or beside, the main imaging telescope. Most guide scopes are small, high-powered refractors because they don't add much weight to the setup and do offer the image detail needed to see the star drift.
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