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  1. Questar 3.5" Standard, Magnesium fluoride coatings

    $5,150.00
    Optical theory says that a Questar should not be able to resolve lunar craterlets and rilles under 1.3 arc seconds across - yet there are countless Questar owners and Questar photos that prove optical theory wrong . . .
  2. Questar 3.5" Duplex, Broadband coatings

    $5,725.00
    The best optics, the best optical coatings, the most performance per inch of aperture, the most features and flexibility - if you want the most astronomical telescope and terrestrial spotting scope that a very small package can provide, this Questar Duplex with braodband optical coatings is it . . .
  3. Celestron 4" Omni XLT 102 Equatorial refractor with Starbright XLT optical multicoatings

    $499.00
    This Celestron Omni XLT 102 refractor puts good fully Starbright XLT multicoated achromatic optics on a solid German equatorial mount to provide an excellent mix of performance, portability, and features at a price that's surprisingly low . . .
  4. Celestron AstroMaster 70 EQ, 2.8" Equatorial refractor

    $159.95
    For no more than the price of a "toy store" 60mm telescope, the AstroMaster 70 EQ equatorial refractor provides you with enough crisp and detailed images of the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects to keep you happily observing for years to come . . .
  5. Questar 3.5" Duplex, Broadband coatings, Zerodur mirror

    $6,075.00
    The best optics, the best optical coatings, the most performance per inch of aperture, the most flexibility and features, the abilioty to laugh at temperature changes - if you want the world's best 3.5" ultra-portable telescope, look no further. This broadband-coated Zerodur mirror Questar Duplex is the ultimate . . .
  6. Celestron PowerSeeker 127 EQ 5" Equatorial reflector

    $169.95

    The 5" Celestron PowerSeeker 127 equatorial reflector is a good-sized scope for a good low price. It is a remarkably economical introduction to serious deep space star-gazing for the beginning backyard observer.

  7. Celestron AstroMaster 90 EQ, 3.5" Equatorial refractor

    $269.95
    The Celestron AstroMaster 90 equatorial refractor is a big step up from a 60mm refractor "starter scope." While it is surprisingly close to many economy 60mm scopes in price, it is far above them in features, quality, and optical performance . . .
  8. Questar 3.5" Standard, Broadband Coatings

    $5,525.00
    The best optics, the best optical coatings, the most performance per inch of aperture, the most features - if you want the most telescope that a very small package can provide, Questar is it . . .
  9. Celestron PowerSeeker 60 EQ, 2.4" Equatorial refractor

    $99.95

    The PowerSeeker 60 equatorial refractor is a very economical introduction to astronomy for the beginning backyard astronomer. It is capable of providing good images of the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects.

  10. Celestron 4.7" Omni XLT 120 Equatorial refractor with Starbright XLT optical multicoatings

    $649.00
    This Celestron Omni XLT 120 refractor puts large 4.7" aperture fully Starbright XLT multicoated achromatic optics on a solid German equatorial mount. The result is an excellent mix of performance, portability, and features at a price that's surprisingly low for a scope of this aperture . . .
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