telescope is collimated to the best of my ability using a laser collimator (The laser itself is not out of collimation its accurate. I tested that before using it.)
Venus looks razor sharp in comparison with some mild but noticeable "ripply water effect" around the edges of it. No
Saturn looks really weird. like if I move my eye around it warps and shows faint double images and strange warping effects. but I can see the rings. and possibly a moon around it? not sure?
I'm not sure if i'm doing something wrong. or if thats just how it is sometimes?
They were reasonably high in the sky. just before morning.
jupiter's cloud bands are just barely visible. looks very low contrast. a bit fuzzy. it's moons look a bit glitchy if that makes sense? like pixelated and blocky/glitchy. Stars look fine though.
its hard to tell when the image is in focus unless I use a bright object like the moon or venus or another bright star first.
terrestrial objects look absolutely RAZOR SHARP though.