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  1. 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...
  2. 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 . . .
  3. Celestron CrossAim 12.5mm dual crosshair Plössl

    $74.95
    This 12.5mm Celestron "CrossAim" 1.25" Plössl design double crosshair reticle guiding/centering eyepiece comes with a variable brightness cordless illuminator for use with any make or model telescope and/or off-axis guider . . .
  4. 9mm 1.25" Plössl with cordless illuminator

    $69.99
    This 1.25" Plössl has a built-in cordless illuminator with moveable dual crosshairs for use with any make or model telescope and/or off-axis guider . . .
  5. Tele Vue 8mm Plössl

    $95.01
    This is a very good medium high to high power eyepiece for observing lunar and planetary detail, resolving globular clusters, picking up small planetary nebulas against a stellar background, etc . . .
  6. Tele Vue 55mm Plössl

    $243.01
    If you have a 2" focuser on your f/8 and longer focal ratio telescope, this 2" eyepiece will give you the widest possible field of view - even wider than a 31mm Nagler, but at less than 40% the cost . . .
  7. Tele Vue 20mm Plössl

    $115.01
    This is a very good medium power eyepiece for lunar observing, resolving globular clusters, picking up detail in emission and reflection nebulas, etc. It is supplied as the standard equipment eyepiece with TeleVue refractors up to $3595 in price, giving you some idea of its quality . . .
  8. Tele Vue 11mm Plössl

    $95.01
    This very good medium high to high power eyepiece is almost ideal for matching an 8" f/10 Schmidt-Cassegrain's resolving power to the resolving power of your eye, for maximum lunar and planetary detail . . .
  9. Tele Vue 25mm Plössl

    $115.01
    This is a very good medium to low power eyepiece for lunar observing, viewing emission and reflection nebulas in their entirety, etc. It's super with an f/4.5 Dobsonian reflector for rich field scanning of the Milky Way star clouds in Sagittarius from a dark sky site . . .
  10. 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 . . .
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