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  1. Takahashi Starbase 14mm 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.

  2. 3.6mm 1.25" long eye relief ED

    $333.00
    High power and very sharp images combined in a sigle eyepiece . . .
  3. 32mm Brandon

    $235.00
    The 32mm Vernonscope Brandon eyepiece is designed for uncompromising low power high contrast deep space observing, particularly with telescopes having a focal ratio of f/7 and above . . .
  4. Tele Vue 40mm Plössl

    $147.01
    This is a very good low power/wide field eyepiece that provides the widest and brightest field possible from a 1.25" eyepiece . . .
  5. Celestron Omni 40mm 1.25" Plossl

    $49.95
    This is an economical good quality low power eyepiece with fully-multicoated optics. With a 43 degree field of view it has the widest field possible from a 1.25" eyepiece, markedly wider than competitively-priced 40mm Plössls. Its field stop (the rim insi...
  6. Vernonscope 16mm Brandon "flat top"

    $235.00
    The 16mm Vernonscope Brandon "flat top" eyepiece is designed for excellent high contrast medium power lunar, star cluster, galaxy, and nebula observing, particularly with telescopes having a focal ratio of f/7 and above . . .
  7. 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.

  8. 12mm Brandon

    $235.00
    The 12mm Vernonscope Brandon eyepiece is designed for superb medium to high power lunar, planetary, star cluster, and binary star observing, particularly with telescopes having a focal ratio of f/7 and above . . .
  9. Tele Vue 15mm Plössl

    $95.01
    This very good medium power eyepiece is a good choice for filling in the gap between the 26mm eyepiece that comes standard with most scopes and a high power planetary/binary star splitting eyepiece . . .
  10. Celestron Omni 32mm 1.25" Plossl

    $49.95
    This is a good quality fully-multicoated low power eyepiece at a price that's substantially lower than competitive Plössls. Its 50 degree apparent field of view is designed for expansive views of emission and reflection nebulas, for observing open clusters like the Pleiades, and for sweeping nebular remnants like the Veil. It will work well with any telescope type, at any focal ratio, under any se . . .
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