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  1. Celestron CGEM II 800HD EdgeHD Computerized 8" f/10 Telescope 12017

    $2,649.00

    The Celestron CGEM II 800 EDGEHD telescope puts unique new 8" aplanatic(free from coma and corrected for spherical aberration)EdgeHD highdefinition Schmidt optics on a precision Celestron CGEM II  go-to German equatorial mount.... 

  2. Celestron 114 LCM 114mm f/9 go-to altazimuth Newtonian reflector

    $339.95
    The Celestron 114LCM is a good-sized battery-operated fully computerized go-to scope at a good low price that is a super introduction to serious deep space star-gazing for the beginning backyard observer . . .
  3. Meade LX600-ACF 12" f/8 go-to StarLock altazimuth, with ACF & UHTC optics No Tripod

    $5,169.00
    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 . . .
  4. Celestron NexStar 102 SLT 102mm achromatic go-to altazimuth refractor

    $479.00
    The NexStar 102 SLT (Star Locating Telescope) is a big aperture fast focal ratio refractor that shows you bright wide-angle deep space views for a surprisingly small price. If you want a scope that will automatically find the faint fuzzies outside the solar system, this Celestron go-to may be just what you are looking for . . .
  5. Celestron CPC Deluxe 1100 HD 11" Go-to altazimuth SCT with EdgeHD optics

    $3,879.00
    Award-winning Celestron EdgeHD optics, in a 11" size that will amaze you with its performance, combine with a newly re-engineered and upgraded Celestron CPC fork mount to produce an outstanding example of just how good a go-to telescope can be while still being light enough for most people to set up on their own . . .
  6. Meade LX600-ACF 10" f/8 go-to StarLock altazimuth, w/ACF & UHTC optics

    $4,699.00
    The 10" Meade LX600-ACF combines the finest Advanced Coma-Free optics, an altazimuth go-to fork mount, and a revolutionary new dual sensor StarLock full-time automated guider system to produce an absolutely superb 10" scope for short exposure astro-imaging and visual observing alike . . .
  7. Meade LX200-ACF 14" Advanced Coma-Free Go-To Altazimuth Without Tripod

    $6,569.00
    If you can't take pictures through one of the 300" Keck telescopes in Hawaii, this big Meade 14" LX200-ACF with Advanced Coma-Free optics may be the next best thing for serious amateur astronomers, schools, and colleges. 
  8. LX200-ACF 8" Advanced Coma-Free Go-to altazimuth

    Regular Price: $2,699.00

    Special Price $2,428.88

    This Meade 8" LX200-ACF has Advanced Coma-Free catadioptric optics. They provide coma-free images similar in quality to what you see in many ultra-premium Ritchey-Chrétien telescopes, but at a fraction the price of a true R-C.
  9. Celestron 6" Advanced VX Series Go-To Equatorial Schmidt-Cassegrain

    $1,329.00
    This Celestron AVX6S telescope is a quality 6" Schmidt-Cassegrain on a robust go-to computerized German equatorial mount with features optimized for astrophotography. Big enough and good enough to do some serious imaging, but light enough to quickly set up and use anytime the urge to observe hits you . . .
  10. Meade LX200-ACF 16" Advanced Coma-Free Go-to altazimuth, without tripod or pier

    $13,499.00
    If you have a tripod or pier that can hold 230 pounds, this Meade 16" LX200-ACF Advanced Coma-Free go-to telescope puts big optics on your pier at a surprisingly affordable price. This Meade's has a coma-free field rivals the Ritchey-Chrétien optics used in many of the world's largest research telescopes.
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