The Celestron single-axis motor drive runs on a 9V battery, so there are no cords to get in the way. Observing the Planets. 24. It precisely controls the telescope's tracking speed during long, timed exposures of celestial objects, roducing the best possible image sharpness. The drive can be used in either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. Page 1 MODEL #93664 ENGLISH Your Celestron telescope has a motor drive built into the base the celestial pole. 24. 24. Lunar Observing Hints. The drive can be used in either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. 24. 24. When this is accomplished, the sky’s motion allowing it to track the stars as they move across the sky from can be cancelled out simply by having the telescope rotate at east to west. The drive can be used in either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. … To change hemispheres (reverse the motor’s direction), simply by flip the N/S switch on the face of the motor drive. Planetary Observing Hints. 24. To change hemispheres (reverse the motor’s direction), simply flip the North/South (N/S) switch on the face of the motor drive. Celestial Observing. Observing the Moon. To change hemispheres (reverse the motor’s direction), simply flip the “N/Off/S” switch on the drive corrector hand controller. Observing the Sun. It is also simple to change the speed of the motor. We have 2 Celestron AstroMaster 130EQ manuals available for free PDF download: User Manual, Quick Setup Manual ... Motor Drive. The Celestron single-axis motor drive runs on a 9V battery, so there are no cords to get in the way. 25. Motor Drive, Dual Axis (# 93522) - This dual axis motor drive, with drive corrector capabilities, is designed for Celestron's Omni CG-4 mounts. The Celestron dual-axis motor drive system is powered by four D-cell batteries in a self-contained battery pack.