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  1. FS-60CB 2.4" F/5.9 fluorite doublet apo

    $900.00
    This compact Takahashi fluorite apochromatic refractor makes an ideal eclipse scope and a super travel and backyard scope for spur-of-the-moment observing . . .
  2. Takahashi FS-60Q Refractor Telescope

    $1,180.00

    The FS series of apochromatic refracting telescopes from Takahashi provides a balance of high performance, compact size, and low cost. 

  3. Astro-Tech AT70ED 2.8" f/6 ED Refractor OTA

    $299.00
    The Astro-Tech AT70ED could be the perfect grab and go refractor.
  4. Astro-Tech AT60ED 60mm f/6 FPL-53ED and Lanthanum Doublet

    Regular Price: $419.00

    Special Price $399.00

    A Sky and Telescope Hot Product for 2018
  5. Takahashi FOA-60 Ortho Apochromatic Refractor

    $1,380.00

    The Takahashi FOA-60 is a fantastic compact fluorite doublet refractor with correction similar to the larger TOA series.

  6. Tele Vue TV-60 60mm f/6 apo body

    $825.00
    This TeleVue TV-60 is a high performance 2.4" apochromatic doublet scope that will surprise you as much with the magnitude of its performance as it does with the mini size of its compact "go anywhere, any time" body . . .
  7. Takahashi FC-76DCU Refractor Telescope

    $1,420.00

    Relive the 80's with this updated version of a Takahashi Classic, the Takahashi FC-76DCU.

  8. Sky-Watcher Evoguide 50ED DX APO Refrator/Guidescope

    $295.00

    The Evoguide 50ED DX is your missing piece to your astronomy/astrophotography collection.

  9. Takahashi FOA-60Q Ortho Apochromatic Refractor

    $1,950.00

    The included 1.7x extender takes the FOA-60 to another level, as well as letter.  This combination is referred to as the FOA-60Q.  You will simply call it a joy to use.

  10. Astro-Tech AT72EDII Refractor OTA FPL-53 and Lanthanum f/6 Doublet

    Regular Price: $519.00

    Special Price $489.00

    The Astro-Tech AT72EDII takes the performance, and mechanics, of the "product everyone should own" (thank you Astronomy Magazine) and gives it an upgrade.
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