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  1. Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ 4.5" Equatorial reflector

    $149.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 114 equatorial reflector proves that you don't have to pay a big scope price to get a big scope's performance. It is a remarkably economical introduction to serious deep space astronomy for the beginning backyard observer.

  2. Celestron AstroMaster 130 EQ MD, 5.1" Equatorial reflector with motor drive

    $299.95
    The Celestron AstroMaster 130 EQ equatorial reflector with motor drive puts a big scope in a beginning observer's backyard at a small scope price. Not just a big scope, but a good performer you can enjoy for years to come . . .
  3. Celestron 8" Advanced VX Series Go-To Equatorial Newtonian

    $1,299.00
    This Celestron AVX8N telescope is an 8" fast focal ratio f/5 wide field reflector optical tube on a heavy-duty go-to computerized German equatorial mount. The big 8" aperture of this Celestron reflector makes it an excellent scope for all-around solar system and deep space observing alike. 
  4. Explore Scientific 8" f/3.8 Aluminum Tube Newtonian BR-N20839

    $679.99
    Are you looking for a telescope that is large, yet light weight?  Are you on the search for a wide field/fast instrument?  Do you want your bank account to be happy about your purchase?  While not as "cool" as the Carbon Fiber model, optically it packs the same punch.
  5. Celestron STARSENSE EXPLORER™ LT 80AZ SMARTPHONE APP-ENABLED REFRACTOR TELESCOPE

    $179.95
    • Unleash the power of your smartphone to take you on a guided tour of the night sky—no telescope experience required.
    • Patent-pending StarSense sky recognition technology uses your smartphone to analyze star patterns overhead and calculate its position in real time. Check phone compatibility here.
    • StarSense Explorer app automatically generates a list of objects currently visible. View planets, brighter nebulae and galaxies, star clusters, and double stars from the city. Or take your telescope to darker skies to view faint, deep sky objects.
  6. Celestron 6" Omni XLT 150 Equatorial f/5 reflector with Starbright XLT multicoated mirrors

    $549.00
    This Celestron Omni XLT 150 puts a big 6" aperture fast focal ratio reflector, with Starbright XLT multicoated mirrors for maximum light transmission, on a solid German equatorial mount. The result is an excellent mix of deep space performance, portability, and features at a price that's extraordinarily low for so much light-gathering and so many features . . .
  7. Astro-Tech 6" F/4 imaging Newtonian optical tube

    $299.00
    This new light weight 6" f/4 Astro-Tech imaging Newtonian reflector makes serious very wide field astrophotography possible with even a small equatorial mount, and at a lower cost than ever before . . .
  8. Astro-Tech 10" f/4 carbon fiber truss-tube imaging Newtonian

    $1,795.00

    For serious deep space astrophotographers, this Sky & Telescope 2016 Hot Product 10" Astro-Tech AT10INT carbon fiber truss tube imaging Newtonian may be all the scope you will ever need.

  9. Celestron STARSENSE EXPLORER™ DX 130AZ SMARTPHONE APP-ENABLED NEWTONIAN REFLECTOR TELESCOPE

    $399.95
    • Unleash the power of your smartphone to take you on a guided tour of the night sky—no telescope experience required.
    • Patent-pending StarSense sky recognition technology uses your smartphone to analyze star patterns overhead and calculate its position in real time. Check phone compatibility here.
    • StarSense Explorer app automatically generates a list of objects currently visible. View planets, brighter nebulae and galaxies, star clusters, and double stars from the city. Or take your telescope to darker skies to view faint, deep sky objects.
  10. 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.

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