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The Orion ST120 -A lot of 'scope, no mucho dinero

Posted by norman sullivan 03/25/2009 12:00AM

If I had known what I was doing from the start, I would have bought this then and saved a lot of trouble.

Stellarvue F80M Finderscope: A Versatile Performer

Posted by Bob Christ 12/16/2008 12:00AM

Stellarvue F80M Finderscope: A Versatile Performer

Can a well-engineered and executed 80mm finderscope serve multiple duty as a finder, RFT, and grab-and-go scope?


Posted by Lawrence Carlino 10/02/2008 12:00AM

Bargain-priced 5-inch APO shootout

EON 120 Reveiw

Posted by christopher palmer 09/03/2008 12:00AM

EON 120 Reveiw

Pentax 105SDP Apochromatic Refractor

Posted by Pollux Chung 08/15/2008 07:42PM

Pentax 105SDP Apochromatic Refractor

Great (little) apochromatic refractor from the Japanese Optics Giant

Takahashi's Sky 90II

Posted by Trenton Feist 07/22/2008 12:00AM

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

Televue 101

Posted by Ed Moreno 07/15/2008 12:00AM

High Definition Wide-screen Space TV

Takahashi's TOA 150 takes on it's FS-152 ancestor

Posted by Jerry Wise 06/02/2008 07:26PM

Takahashi's TOA 150 takes on it's FS-152 ancestor

How does the new TOA 150 compare to the venerable FS-152?

TMB Design 130mm f7 ED Triplet APO Refractor Signature Series

Posted by james Yang 02/21/2008 12:00AM

The answer to your refractor dreams?

Orion ED 100

Posted by Wing Eng 01/01/2008 12:00AM

Orion ED 100

A great scope at a great price.

Improved ST80 Review

Posted by Patrick O'Neil 10/17/2007 12:00AM

Improved ST80 Review

What can you expect and do with an 80mm Telescope? Find out and see.

The New StellarVue 102 ED: A Lotta Bang and Bling for the Buck

Posted by Mark Webb 09/26/2007 12:00AM

The New StellarVue 102 ED:  A Lotta Bang and Bling for the Buck

When Vic Maris at StellarVue announced they’d be producing a 4 inch doublet at a cost of less than $1,600 including a case and FeatherTouch focuser, it seemed like small reflector Nirvana. StellarVue (SV) is known for their high quality and standards, and every scope going out their door is star tested under the real sky – so the opportunity to purchase one of Vic’s new gems at such a low price was just too good to pass up.