It was great, but I only got to see the moon. The sky was a little cloudy, and was not close to clear. It won't be for a few weeks apparently, which sucks. There was also a considerable amount of wind, which kept moving the telescope. Another one of my problems is that my telescope camp point straight up, without tipping over. I adjust the tripod, but it's too low and it will tip. I have some ideas on fixing this, but I hoping for some tricks or experienced advice. I have a basic Tasco, which comes with a 4mm and 12.5 mm eyepieces. It also comes with Barlow lense, and a 1.5" erecting eyepice. I use the diagonal piece for comfort, of course. My range of sight is from 56x to 525x, but I only got to use 262x at most. Everything was shaking, from the winding. I wasn't adjusting or touching with my eye and it shakes. I understand why it does this, and it has been added to my long list to why wind sucks. I view on cement, so it's not the grass or anything. Another I thought was kind of funny, was that when I was viewing the moon, it kept "moving". It's kind of cool to see it all in action. Anyways, any help is appreciated. Also, I want to add again. If you know when Jupiter will be up, or Mars (so I can see the satellite rotate in 7 hours), that would be great.