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TV 19mm Panoptic vs Orion 17mm Stratus

Posted by John Fitzgerald 10/19/2008 01:46PM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

Cost may not make the eyepiece better

Burgess Optics TMB Designed 3.2mm and 4mm Planetary Eyepiece Review

Posted by Ed Moreno 10/09/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/1-To-119mm)

Finally! An inexpensive Eyepiece that Delivers the GOODS!

ORION 120ED vs. ASTRO-TECH 127EDT

Posted by Lawrence Carlino 10/02/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Bargain-priced 5-inch APO shootout

Garrett Signature HD-WP 10x50 Binoculars

Posted by Joel Nadel 09/05/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Binoculars/10mm-To-70mm)

Rolls Royce quality optics and construction at a Chevy price

INTELLIGENT IMAGING

Posted by Bill Prueter 08/29/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Beginners)

INTELLIGENT    IMAGING

What instrument has sensitivity for millions of shades of intensity, colors and can negate temporary fluctuations in atmospheric disturbances?

Pentax 105SDP Apochromatic Refractor

Posted by Pollux Chung 08/15/2008 07:42PM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Pentax 105SDP Apochromatic Refractor

Great (little) apochromatic refractor from the Japanese Optics Giant

The Scope Buggy - Essential Astro Accessory

Posted by Glen Ward 07/24/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

The Scope Buggy is so handy that just about everybody ought to have one.

Takahashi's Sky 90II

Posted by Trenton Feist 07/22/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

This oft forgotten wonder proves to be more than meets the eye!

Celestron NexStar 4SE

Posted by Mike Sheron 07/21/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Cats)

4SE is a great begining!

Orion 3.6 Clear aperture Reflector

Posted by Tim Abbott 07/17/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Other)

Can you buy a 90mm APO for $234 ?

William Optics UWAN 28mm - My Experience

Posted by Rod Nabholz 07/16/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

William Optics UWAN 28mm - My Experience

Is this the answer to the Wide Field/Low Power Sticker Shock?

Televue 101

Posted by Ed Moreno 07/15/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

High Definition Wide-screen Space TV

Orion XT8 Dob

Posted by Ivan Gastaldo 07/14/2008 10:34AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Newts)

Orion XT8 Dob

An affordable scope that truly delivers!

Turbocharging the Losmandy G11: 3.5 arc seconds peak to peak

Posted by Greg Nowell 06/24/2008 12:00AM   (Reviews/Mounts/Equatorial)

Turbocharging the Losmandy G11: 3.5 arc seconds peak to peak

Ovision's new aftermarket worm makes almost any new or used G11 competitive with mounts at 3x the price in most imaging applications. The flexibility in configurations (servo go-to, stepper systems, manual or digital setting circles), snazzy aftermarket options such as the Berlebach tripod, and a large user base keep this model suprisingly flexible. The Ovision aftermarket worm may vault this well-known mount into a top-contender in its weight class for high performance imaging applications.