BINO-QUIZ

( 1 )

left image                         right image

If you were to correct the trouble in the photo only by turning the component telescopes, which do you think is the right prescription?

A: Turn the left telescope a bit to the upper left, or the right telescope to the lower right.

B: Turn the left telescope a bit to the lower right, or the right telescope to the upper left.

( 2 )

Which do you think is right?

A: The inter ocular distance is incorrect.

B: Collimation is not correct.

C: Both A and B can be an answer, we cannot tell which is right in the photo.

( 3 )

Which do you think is right?

A: It’s not a trouble of collimation, but only the inter ocular distance is far too wide.

B: Collimation is incorrect. Turning the two telescopes to the converging way is one of the remedy.

C: Collimation is incorrect. Turning the two telescopes to the diverging way is one of the remedy.

( 4 )

Looking at the Jupiter, the further the satellite the wider the separation occurred while the Jupiter itself was merged. Which do you think is the most appropriate prescription? Winking the eyes, the lower of the left end satellite was proved to be the image of the left telescope.

A: The angles of the mirrors of the EMS seems to be in disorder so complicatedly that it would be better to leave it to Mr. Matsumoto.

B: To change the viewing angle of the EMS slightly to the 91degrees’ direction, keeping the eyepiece barrels parallely, will be a perfect remedy.

C: To change the viewing angle of the EMS slightly to the 89degrees’ direction, keeping the eyepiece barrels parallely, will be a perfect remedy.

 

The answer: 1=B, 2=B, 3=B, 4=B