International Astronomical Union Observatory J82
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The Celestron 14 is mounted on a Paramount ME that I have been using for about 10 years now - you can see that it is mounted on a tripod so is a portable set up. I still manage to transport it on my own and set it all up even though approaching 70! It will run for hours centering galaxies in the 12 minute field even though tripod mounted.
In the image on the left you may notice the security straps that I use because of occasional high winds.