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Zenithstar 80: Part 1

Posted by Otto Piechowski 09/13/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Can an 80mm achromat "crack" rima Birt, the Cassini division and Trapezium E?

Celestron C80ED and Orion's ED80

Posted by Dennis Steele 09/10/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Celestron C80ED and Orion's ED80

A look at these two fine low-cost ED refractors

William Optics Megrez 80mm II SD Package

Posted by Timm Bottoni 08/22/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

William Optics Megrez 80mm II SD Package

Is it a Jack of all trades and Master of none?

The Televue 60mm APO

Posted by Ivan Ong 08/10/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

The Televue 60mm APO

The Swiss Army pocket knife of scopes

Orion 150mm Maksutov-Cassegrainian

Posted by Lawrence Carlino 08/05/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Cats)

A “Bigger Mak” for bigger appetites by Lawrence Carlino

Orion 120ST Short Tube Refractor

Posted by John Zimmerman 07/31/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Orion 120ST Short Tube Refractor

An alternative to high tech, complicated instruments

Zenithstar 66ED Semi-apo

Posted by Joseph Hedrick 07/30/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Refractors)

Zenithstar 66ED Semi-apo

Why can't someone make a beautifully machined and finished travel scope with great optics, a flat photographic field and excellent color correction and then sell it for a price that won't send me to the poorhouse (or the doghouse!)

What’s new and different on a 10” Hardin Dob?

Posted by Rod Kaufman 07/08/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Newts)

Utilizing resources available on the Astromart for the acquisition, modifications and an evaluation of the performance of a 10” Hardin dob, a capable scope emerges from the assistance of the sponsors and supporters of our astronomical resource. Let’s “scope” the scope…

RCX400 a winner!

Posted by Mark de Regt 07/02/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Cats)

RCX400 a winner!

Everything the LX200 is, and so much more

Flocking a Celestron 9.25” SCT

Posted by Jay Emirzian 06/18/2005 12:00AM

Here is a couple modifications you can accomplish to your SCT with a little time and effort. The cost is minimal and the results are astounding. Read on......

A Review of the Meade RCX Line

Posted by Clay Sherrod 06/02/2005 12:00AM   (Reviews/Telescopes/Cats)

Possibly the finest production telescopes ever produced....