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Paul is oue resident Astronomer.
Mischance nothing, thus idle woe...
Photography is not about how much camera you bring to the shoot.
Connecting a camera to a telescope is only the first step in capturing successful astrophotography images. There are whole books dedicated to helping a beginner. Please check out the information at these websites - they should be able to help:
To answer your question directly... If you want to do "prime-focus" photography through the telescope, where an SLR the camera is mounted to the telescope rather than to a lens, you probably need two parts. The first one is a telescope adapter compatible with your particular telescope that has a standard T-Ring (or T-Mount) thread. The second part is a T-Ring that is compatible with your particular camera mount. Here are a couple of examples that may or may not relate to your specific equipment - they are referenced only as examples for informational purposes:
There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs. -Ansel Adams