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1. Celestron Explorascope 80mm Reflector
$130.39
2. Celestron Powerseeker 114EQ Telescope
3. Konus 114 x 900mm Motor Electronic
4. Bushnell 78-9518 Deep Space 675
5. Bushnell Deep Space 525 x 3" Reflector
6. Konus 114 x 500mm KONUSMOTORElectronic
$876.13
7. Meade ETX105EC Telescope w/ Autostar
8. Galileo FS102DX 1100 x 102mm Catadioptric
$70.61
9. Celestron Powerseeker 76 Telescope
$233.17
10. Galileo FS-135DX 1100 x 135mm
11. Galileo FS-90 800 x 90mm Yoke
$149.00
12. Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour 76mm
$373.01
13. Zhumell DOB-8 8-inch Dobsonian
$129.00
14. Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour 60mm
$179.99
15. Cstar UB-4500 Stratus Series 114mm
$159.13
16. Bushnell Voyager 100mm x 4.5"
$1,499.99
17. Celestron Nexstar 8i Telescope
$205.46
18. Cstar T-45375 EQ Series 114mm
$399.99
19. Galileo G102MD 1100 x 102mm Catadioptric
$129.99
20. Galileo FS85MOHDX 800 x 80mm Newtonian

1. Celestron Explorascope 80mm Reflector Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $79.99 -- our price: $58.64
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Asin: B0001M2AXC
Sales Rank: 489
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 11% more light gathering than a 76mm telescope
  • Tripod adaptable
  • Carrying strap included
  • Allows for collimation adjustments
  • Erect Image eyepiece for terrestrial use

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Compact telescope
Incredible for the price and size.Very clear and secure.
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2. Celestron Powerseeker 114EQ Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $167.95 -- our price: $130.39
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Asin: B0000Y8C2Y
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

I love bargains, so I was eager to try out Celestron's new Powerseeker 114 Newtonian reflector telescope. With its 4.5-inch mirror, Celestron's Powerseeker 114 gathers three times more starlight than popular 60mm refractors. The Powerseeker package includes two eyepieces (K20 and SR4), a plastic 3x barlow, and a lightweight equatorial mount. Read more

Features

  • Affordable telescope for beginning astronomer; portable yet powerful
  • All-glass optical components with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brighness and clarity
  • Newtonian optical design with a 114mm aperture and 900mm focal length
  • Equatorial mount for tracking the sky
  • Includes 3x Barlow Lens (1.25"), 20mm eyepiece, 4mm eyepiece, aluminum tripod with accessory tray

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars A good value for the $$
I bought this scope as a b-day gift for my hubby who has never owned a telescope before. It was fairly simple to put together, and we found the directions to be very helpful and accurate.
1-0 out of 5 stars There are better scopes
My recent Christmas experience with the Celestron Powerseeker 114EQ, my first "real" telescope, was a great disappointment. The assembled telescope looked very impressive but functioned poorly. It came without a detailed instruction manual making it difficult to set up, balance, and aim even for a mechanically inclined novice. The plastic finderscope was very cheap, blurry, and hard to align with the main scope. The "equatorial" (EQ) mount knobs moved the scope with jerky motions at times and the scope itself seemed a bit vibration prone on its tripod. Stellar images were blurry and unimpressive (possibly due to mirror misalignment in shipping and/or manufacturing defect) thus other individual scopes may do better than mine in this category. Newtonian reflector type telescope mirrors go out of alignment ("collimation") fairly easily and this scope came without instructions for how to realign them. I returned the telescope within the 30 day refund period and am looking for a better quality and sturdier one like the highly praised Orion Skyquest series or possibly the smaller and more portable Edmund Scientific Astroscan.
5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent beginning scope.
I received this telescope for Christmas and I must say after waiting two nights to use it I am impressed.My first target was M42 Orion's Nebula and the K20 eyepiece gave me a mesmerizing view of this amazing stellar nursery.The mount does have some shakiness to it but, it's nothing that can't be overlooked.I have the updated scope so it came with a metal focuser which is a big plus.The 3x Barlow is okay with the 20 but is useless with the 4 as is the 4mm eyepiece itself.If you are thinking of getting a more expensive scope of this size I recommend getting this and buying a 25mm Plossl eyepiece and a 2x Barlow and possibly a 7.5mm eyepiece (planetary and moon viewing) for the extra money you would spend on a more expensive scope. ... Read more


3. Konus 114 x 900mm Motor Electronic EQ Reflector Telescope
by Konus, USA
Electronics (01 May, 2004)
list price: $195.99
Asin: B00028CDLE
Sales Rank: 3927
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Features

  • Great telescope for the more advanced astronomical explorer
  • Provides 361% more light gathering ability than a standard 60mm telescope
  • Electronic motor allows the user to track an object at the same speed it moves across the sky.Electronic motored telescopes are a necessity for astronomical photography.
  • Great for observing nebulas and galaxies - look for upcoming astronomical events for your telescope in the product description below
  • EQ mount provides easy 360 degree tracking of an object across the sky.Plossl eyepieces also included

4. Bushnell 78-9518 Deep Space 675 x 4.5-Inch Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $319.95
Asin: B0001Y57IK
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Perfect for the beginning and intermediate astronomer, the Bushnell 78-9518 Deep Space 675 x 4.5-Inch Reflector Telescope offers quality nighttime stargazing at an affordable price. Assembled with an all-metal optical tube and high-quality glass optic objectives, and constructed on a full-length variable tripod with equatorial mount for stability, the 78-9518 model Deep Space gives clear, steady views of the heavens. Read more

Features

  • 4.5-inch aperture mirror gathers light at up to 250 times the human eye
  • Full-length variable tripod with equatorial mount for stability and steady viewing
  • Focal ratio of f7.87, focal length of 900 mm, and magnification of 675
  • Assembled of all-metal optical tube and high-quality glass optic objectives
  • Designed for the beginning and intermediate amateur astronomer

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value for the price
I have gotten it for a month.I'm very happy about it.It came with several upgrades, (1) it was 0.996 inch eyepiece, now 1.25 inch, (2) new aluminum tripod, not hardwood tripod, (3) Amazon shipped it as next-day dilivery.
1-0 out of 5 stars Not a Good Purchase for a Novice
I bought this as a gift for a friend. We spent two weeks trying to figure out why we couldn't see anything in the lens. We gave up today and returned it.
5-0 out of 5 stars Great Purchase
This was a great purchase.My first telescope.I've been looking to buy one for years, but couldnt find an affordable, yet, powerful telescope.This was the one.Controls are manual, but for any novice, the training is necessary.Will probably play around with this for a few months and consider buying additional lenses and filters. ... Read more


5. Bushnell Deep Space 525 x 3" Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $129.99
Asin: B0000A0AJ0
Sales Rank: 5995
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Focal length: 700mm
  • Reflector telescope ideal for novice astronomers
  • Yoke mount and barlow lens
  • Quickly locate the object to be viewed with the finderscope
  • Magnification: 525x

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for the money, however....
As an owner of this particular telescope, and a very-much-amateur astronomer I have a few tips to help you get the most out of your instrument.
4-0 out of 5 stars This is pretty great!
I think this telescope is pretty great because it has equatorial mount and manufactured by a company that is expert on telescopes (so you can trust it).But it is not so good because of its weight (246 pounds).Equatorial mount is a type of mounting the compensate the Earth's rotation, making the telescope easier to follow the objects in the sky.It's also a reflector, my favorite type of telescope between the two main types of optical telescopes (reflector and relractor).It's excellent for observing very faint objects, such as nubulas.Most refractors cannot observe these faint objects because it's lens absorb precious light.However, reflecters use mirrors and mirrors reflect light instead aborbing it.I recommend this telescope for begininers, intermediate, and between intermediate and experts. ... Read more


6. Konus 114 x 500mm KONUSMOTORElectronic EQ Reflector Telescope
by Konus, USA
Electronics (01 May, 2004)
list price: $375.00
Asin: B00028CDKU
Sales Rank: 6593
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Features

  • Great telescope for the more advanced astronomical explorer
  • Short tube telescope that provides 361% more light gathering ability than 60mm telescope.
  • Electronic motor allows the user to track an object at the same speed it moves across the sky.Electronic motored telescopes are a necessity for astronomical photography
  • Great for observing nebulas and galaxies - look for upcoming astronomical events for your telescope in the product description below
  • EQ mount provides easy 360 degree tracking of an object across the sky. Plossl eyepieces also included

7. Meade ETX105EC Telescope w/ Autostar Controller (497) and Tripod (884)
by Meade
Electronics
list price: $1,135.26 -- our price: $876.13
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Asin: B00008IOVW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The ETX105EC is the newest model in Meade's popular ETX series. Independent reviewers have consistently praised the ETX Maksutov-Cassegrain telescopes fortheir excellent optics but questioned some of the ergonomic features, especially the finder scope. The optics fully live up to the hype, and the ergonomic problems can generally be surmounted with the right eyepiece. Read more

Features

  • Includes AutoStar controller and deluxe field tripod
  • 4-inch aperture
  • Electronic controller for slew speeds and built-in clock drive
  • Maksutov meniscus corrector lens of Grade-A BK7 optical glass
  • Includes a Meade Series 4000 Super Plvssl 26 millimeter eyepiece for 48 times magnification

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars etx 105 initial impression
OKi'm 2 weeks into discovering this little scope.4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful little scope!
I've had the ETX 105 for over 3 weeks now.I've taken it out 4 times already (weather permitting) and viewed the moon once and Jupiter 3 times.This is my first scope and I think it is great.5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent telescope
The ETX105EC is definitively much better built than the ETX90 although it is in the limits of portability because is fairly heavy. It is incredible silent while tracking objects and it obviously gathers more light than the ETX90. Want proof? The 105 shows one of Saturn's moons whereas the 90 doesn't (at least my friend's ETX90 didn't).Read more


8. Galileo FS102DX 1100 x 102mm Catadioptric Telescope
by Galileo Visions, Inc
Electronics
list price: $229.95
Asin: B00013Q3PW
Sales Rank: 6452
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Features

  • Catadioptric telescope with high level of optical performance and versatility
  • Super glide mount with slow motion controls
  • Pre-assembled metal tripod with bubble level and compass
  • Focal length: 1100mm
  • Objective lens: 102mm

9. Celestron Powerseeker 76 Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $89.99 -- our price: $70.61
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Asin: B0002CTZB6
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Celestron's value priced PowerSeeker 76 telescope uses a Newtonian optical system to gather up to 60 percent more starlight than popular 60mm starter scopes. The package includes an adjustable Alt-Azimuth tripod, a Kellner type K20 eyepiece, a Ramsden type SR4 eyepiece, a 3x barlow lens, and a 5x24 cross-hair finder scope. Read more

Features

  • Affordable telescope for beginning astronomer; portable yet powerful
  • All-glass optical components with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brighness and clarity
  • Newtonian optical design with a 76mm aperture and 700mm focal length
  • Altazimuth mount suitable for terrestial viewing as well as astronomical use
  • Includes 3x Barlow Lens (1.25"), 20mm eyepiece, 4mm eyepiece, aluminum tripod with accessory tray

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars OK for its price
This is very inexpensive and has a larger aperture than common 60mm refractors. However, both the telescope and the finderscope are somewhat wobbly, making it difficult to find objects. It is possible to use the 4mm eyepiece, but with much difficulty.
1-0 out of 5 stars Run Away from this Scope!
This scope is not a good starter scope for anyone interested in astronomy.Here's why:
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10. Galileo FS-135DX 1100 x 135mm Reflector Telescope
by Galileo
Electronics
list price: $449.95 -- our price: $233.17
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Asin: B0006DPW4K
Sales Rank: 1909
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Features

  • 1,100mm focal length
  • 135mm primary mirror
  • Heavy duty 2-inch helical R&P focuser
  • Fully pre-assembled tripod
  • Fast-setup super-glide mount with adjusting counter weights; slow motion controls in altitude and azimuth

11. Galileo FS-90 800 x 90mm Yoke Mount Reflector Telescope
by Galileo Visions, Inc
Electronics (01 May, 2005)
list price: $179.95
Asin: B0009HNH3G
Sales Rank: 14278
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Features

  • Yoke Mounted 800mm x 90mm Reflector Telescope w/ Altitude Slow Motion Control Rod
  • Pre-assembled metal tripod with accessory tray and retractable rubber feet.
  • Unique Features: 1.25" Format, Multiple Ocular Holder.
  • Included Accessories: Multiple Ocular Holder, Mars-Eye Finder, 2 Eyepieces(6.8mm to 16mm Zoom & 20mm), 1.5x Erecting Lens, and 3x Barlow.
  • Galileo trilogy software set - Planetarium (Star/Planet location) progam, instructional telescope videos, and Britannica "Touch the Sky, Touch the Universe" educational program and 1 Year Warranty

12. Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour 76mm Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $149.00 -- our price: $149.00
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Asin: B000F418L6
Sales Rank: 13466
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Features

  • 700mm x 3", Reflector
  • LED electronic red dot finderscope for fast positioning
  • Large, 1.25" diameter eyepieces
  • Sturdy, preassembled construciton

13. Zhumell DOB-8 8-inch Dobsonian Reflector Telescope
by Zhumell
Electronics (15 October, 2005)
list price: $620.00 -- our price: $373.01
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Asin: B000AMV3ZO
Sales Rank: 7995
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Large aperture 8 Newtonian reflector optical design.
  • Accepts 1.25 and 2format eyepieces.
  • Easy to use Dobsonian mount design.
  • Achromatic Newtonian mirror design provides accurate color.
  • Includes Zhumell 1.25 Laser Collimator

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Scope for the money
With the GSO optics, Crayford focuser, built in cooling fan, FMC EP's and included lazer this is the best scope for the money. Star test was excellent, Very sharp views when lazer collimated. Base needs a little upgrade but for pennies it can be done. Overall It's got any of the competitors beat hands down. Like the old saying " Try it you'll like it". Sorry to say it's got Orion beat out in performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars Looking for a great 8" dob?
You found it right here.For the price, nothing can touch this.Forget looking at Celestron, Orion or Meade.This is the best value on a high quality dobsonian you will find. I LOVE THIS TELESCOPE! ... Read more


14. Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour 60mm Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics (01 June, 2006)
list price: $129.00 -- our price: $129.00
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Asin: B000F4CXO2
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Features

  • 700mm x 60mm, Refractor
  • LED electronic red dot finderscope for fast positioning
  • Large, 1.25" diameter eyepieces
  • Sturdy, preassembled construciton

15. Cstar UB-4500 Stratus Series 114mm Reflector Telescope
by CStar Optics
Electronics
list price: $224.99 -- our price: $179.99
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Asin: B00025UXXM
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Are you looking for a great telescope at an affordable price? If so, look no further than the Cstar UB-4500 Stratus Series 114mm Reflector Telescope. This optically engineered system features a large, 114-millimeter objective lens that delivers bright, sharp images with no blurry edges around the viewing area. The aluminum alloy tube is lightweight, seamless, and durable. You'll be impressed by the low color aberration from the multi-coated glass lenses.Read more

Features

  • Delivers bright sharp images
  • Features a 5x optical finder scope for low power scanning
  • Large, 114-millimeter objective lens delivers plenty of light
  • Aluminum alloy body provides lightweight strength
  • Includes a full-size, adjustable aluminum tripod

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Really Cheap Telescope
This is a difficult item to review because I never got it to work correctly.We spent over four hours trying to align the finder scope 'till we finally gave up.The finder scope is adjusted by using screws that hold it into place (kind of like the screws that hold the glass for overhead light fictures into place).There are only 3 screws so the options for adjusting are very limited.Even if you could get the finder scope adjusted properly the telescope is still a piece of junk.
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16. Bushnell Voyager 100mm x 4.5" Family Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $289.99 -- our price: $159.13
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Asin: B00009R6SN
Sales Rank: 9591
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal for novice and experienced astronomers
  • Comes pre-assembled
  • Unique design in cradle mount
  • Magnification: 100x
  • Objective lens: 4.5 inches

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Nearly As Bad As Its Reputation
I mean this to be more of an endorsement than it may seem. This scope has been villified repeatedly because:Read more


17. Celestron Nexstar 8i Telescope Kit w/XLT Coatings
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $2,474.00 -- our price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B0000BXF6I
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Combining the powerful optics of Celestron's legendary 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and premium XLT coatings with the solid computerized tracking system developed for its popular Nexstar 5, Celestron'sNexstar 8i is a remarkable telescope value. Compared to theNexstar 5i, the eight inch version is only six pounds heavier and only a little more expensive, yet it delivers more than two and a half times the NX5's light gathering power. The Nexstar 8i's excellent optics easily bring out wonderful detail on the moon, the planets, and on star clusters and galaxies. Read more

Features

  • 203mm (8-inch) diameter Schmidt-Cassegrain refractor
  • Compass calibration, enabling you to point to true north more accurately
  • Electronic controls allows you to move the telescope at six different rates
  • 40,000 object database
  • XLT coatings

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars a portable telescope
I just bought a Nextstar 8i a week ago and I owe a Meade ETX 125.Comparing the Celestron with the Meade, I have the following conclusions. Meade's computer hand control is much better than Celestron's.To set up the Meade telescope, all I need to know is where north is.After pointing the telescope to north, entering the time, selecting my location from a list (only once), the telescope automatically goes to two bright stars for setting the alignment.With the Celestron, I need to enter the time, the longitude (make sure you know whether it is east or west, I was confused the first time) and the latitude (again need to know north or south), then select an alignment start from a list.I happened to know only one star, the Polaris, it was a pain for me to read through the star charts included in the telescope manual to figure where the other named stars were located.I too needed the manual to find my longitude and latitute in the dark.Also when entering the time, Meade's hand control conveniently turns on a small red light, so I can use it to read my watch's display. Celestron's hand control does not have this feature. The ETX comes with a real finder scope (though its optical quality is poor), it is relatively easy to put an alignment star to the center of the cross hair. The 8i has only a red dot (which I constantly forgot to turn off when I was done with my observation).It is much harder to put a star to align with with the red dot and be able to see the star in the telescope.I almost broke my neck when I tried to align some stars near zenith.I believe I need to get a real finder scope soon for the 8i (costs $100).The ETX comes with a carrying bag for the tripod, the 8i does not.In terms of seeing more details in planets and more deep sky objects, the 8i wins as expected.In terms of pointing accuracy, 8i probably wins since it was able to find some deep sky objects without too much of my help.But when I asked it to point to the moon, it was off by 5-10 degrees. I don't know why.8i is very light, it weighs almost the same as the EXT.But both telescopes' mounts are shaky.At higher magnification, a gentle touch (turning the focusing knob), causes the star image to blur, making it hard to get a sharply focused image.An electronic focuser may be needed.I know I had better know the longitude and latitude before I head to different site.And Celestron's manual does not include any alignment star charts for the northern hemisphere. ... Read more


18. Cstar T-45375 EQ Series 114mm Reflector Telescope
by CStar Optics
Electronics
list price: $299.99 -- our price: $205.46
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007YR65Q
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Editorial Review

Are you looking for a great telescope at an affordable price? If so, look no further than the Cstar T-45375 EQ series 114 mm reflector telescope. This optically engineered system delivers bright, sharp images with no blurry edges around the viewing area. The aluminum alloy tube is lightweight, seamless, and durable. You'll be impressed by the low color aberration from the multi-coated glass lenses.Read more

Features

  • Delivers bright sharp images
  • 20 to 188x adjustable magnification
  • Large, 114-millimeter objective lens delivers plenty of light
  • Aluminum alloy body provides lightweight strength
  • Includes a micro-adjustable, two-tier tripod

19. Galileo G102MD 1100 x 102mm Catadioptric Telescope w/Motor Drive
by Galileo Visions, Inc
Electronics
list price: $429.99 -- our price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001AC2L4
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Editorial Review

With the Galileo G-102MD catadioptric reflector telescope, you can scan the skies without looking away from your eyepiece, thanks to a hand box control center. Whether you're photographing a comet or watching a shadow transit of one or more of Jupiter's moons, the G-102MD will deliver the performance you need. Read more

Features

  • Catadioptric telescope has a correcting lens built-in into the optical tube
  • Fully motorized, dual-axis German equatorial mount
  • 102mm primary mirror accepts 28 percent more light
  • 2 eyepieces (6.8mm-16mm zoom & 20mm); 3x Barlow lens
  • 1-year warranty

20. Galileo FS85MOHDX 800 x 80mm Newtonian Reflector Telescope
by Galileo Visions, Inc
Electronics
list price: $199.95 -- our price: $129.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001AC2LO
Sales Rank: 10149
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Features

  • Newtonian reflector with electronic Mars Eye finderscope
  • Helical rack and pinion focusing
  • Pre-assembled metal tripod with retractable rubber feet
  • Focal length: 800mm
  • Objective lens: 85mm

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