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  1. Celestron Travel Scope 70 70mm backpack refractor and tripod

    $84.95

    Whether for backyard or vacation, the Celestron Travel Scope 70 puts multi-use and very affordable 70mm backpack refractor optics on an altazimuth mount that you'll find yourself using a lot more than you expect.

  2. Meade LX600-ACF 12" f/8 go-to StarLock altazimuth, with ACF & UHTC optics

    $6,159.00
    The 12" Meade LX600-ACF uses Advanced Coma-Free f/8 optics (a modified catadioptric version of the reflector design used in many of the world's largest research telescopes), an altazimuth go-to fork mount, and a revolutionary new dual sensor StarLock full-time automated guider system to put professional-grade visual and short exposure photographic performance in the hands of amateur astronomers at an affordable price . . .
  3. Celestron PowerSeeker 60, 2.4" Altazimuth refractor

    $69.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 60 altazimuth refractor is a very economical introduction to casual astronomy and nature study for the backyard astronomer, but one that can supply good images of nature, the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects.

  4. Celestron NexStar Evolution 925 9.25" f/10 WiFi GoTo SCT

    $2,349.00
    Celestron's new NexStar Evolution 925 9¼" f/10 go-to Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope brings big aperture amateur astronomy into the wireless 21st century of smart phones, iPads, and tablets. 
  5. CPC 1100 GPS (XLT) 11" Go-to altazimuth SCT

    $3,249.00
    You don't have to know Albireo from Aldebaran to find more than 40,000 different objects in the sky (including some very faint and difficult ones) with the big Celestron CPC 11 XLT. Just point at three bright stars - any three! - and this talented go-to XLT-multicoated Schmidt-Cassegrain will do the finding for you . . .
  6. Meade LX600-ACF 16" f/8 Advanced Coma-Free go-to StarLock altazimuth, No tripod

    $18,599.00
    The 16" Meade LX600-ACF has Advanced Coma-Free f/8 optics, an altazimuth go-to mount, and a revolutionary dual sensor StarLock full-time automated guider. While primarily for permanent observatory use, it breaks down into enough components to make it reasonably transportable to dark sky sites.
  7. Meade LX200-ACF 16" Advanced Coma-Free Go-to altazimuth, with tripod

    $17,599.00
    The Meade 16" LX200-ACF Advanced Coma-Free go-to telescope with UHTC multicoatings has research-grade optics on a go-to mount that's transportable (if not exactly portable), at a price within reach and reason. This Meade's coma-free field rivals that of the Ritchey-Chrétien optics used in many of the world's largest research telescopes.
  8. Celestron NexStar 4 SE 4" Go-to Maksutov-Cassegrain

    $539.00
    If you want a small scope with big features, this 4" Celestron NexStar 4 SE may be what you're looking for. It has sharp 4" Maksutov-Cassegrain optics, combined with 21st century computerized go-to technology and advanced multicoatings, at a price that's very affordable . . .
  9. Meade LX200-ACF 10" Advanced Coma-Free Go-to altazimuth No Tripod

    $3,739.00
    This big Meade 10" LX200-ACF puts Advanced Coma-Free optics into a one-person transportable scope at a very down-to-earth price. The ACF optics provide coma-free images similar to what you see in many ultra-premium Ritchey-Chrétien telescopes, but at a fraction the price of a true R-C. 
  10. Meade LX90-ACF 12" Advanced Coma-Free Go-to altazimuth

    $3,199.00
    If you have the dark skies to take full advantage of the immense light gathering capacity of this very big Meade 12" LX90-ACF, this scope can make you a happy astronomer and astrophotographer for the rest of your life. The Meade LX90-ACF has Advanced Coma-Free UHTC multicoated catadioptric optics that rival the performance of a professional Ritchey-Chrétien reflector at a mere fraction of an RC's price . . .
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