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  1. 20mm Series 4000 Super Plössl

    $34.99
    This is a good quality medium power eyepiece for lunar observing, resolving globular clusters, picking up detail in emission and reflection nebulas, etc. It's an excellent choice to complement the 40mm eyepiece provided with some go-to Schmidt-Cassegrains . . .
  2. Explore Scientific 20mm 52° Series Waterproof Eyepiece

    $79.99

    Looking for something out of the ordinary for your next eyepiece?  The Explore Scientific 52° series is a strong contender for necessary addition to your eyepiece collection.

  3. Explore Scientific 20mm 68° field argon-purged waterproof 1.25" eyepiece

    $179.99
    This Explore Scientific 20mm argon-purged waterproof eyepiece is a fine medium power 1.25" eyepiece whose substantial 68° field of view gives you "big picture" deep space performance with virtually any telescope type.
  4. Explore Scientific 20mm 100° field waterproof 2" eyepiece

    Regular Price: $549.99

    Special Price $439.99

    The 100° apparent field of the Explore Scientific 20mm waterproof 2" eyepiece provides superb maximum field/medium power observing in all scopes, from small apo refractors to the largest Dobsonians and catadioptrics . . .
  5. Takahashi Starbase 20mm Kellner 1.25" Eyepiece

    $39.00

    These entry level Takahashi eyepieces are made to the exacting standards one has come to expect from Takahashi.

  6. Explore Scientific 62° 20mm 1.25" Waterproof Eyepiece

    $109.99
    Explore Scientific Waterproof Eyepieces - Comfort, Quality, Value. 
  7. Tele Vue 21mm 2" 100° field Ethos

    $853.01
    The 100° apparent field of this new TeleVue 21mm Ethos eyepiece provides a field area 64% larger than the "space-walking" 82° field of a 20mm Nagler, and 36% larger than a 22mm Nagler . . .
  8. Takahashi Starbase 20mm 1.25" Ortho Eyepiece

    $44.00

    Orthoscopic eyepieces have been a gem of astronomy for decades.  See what the fuss is all about with the Takahashi Starbase series.

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