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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #133540

For Sale: Meade Starfinder 6" EQ Newtonian

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With its 6” (f/8) optics, this Newtonian reflector is well suited for deep-space viewing. Open clusters and various nebulae take on a brighter image when viewed through this telescope than when compared to lower aperture instruments. When it comes to the solar system, its large aperture gives high-definition views of the planets and the moon at high power. The electric motor enables the telescope to track objects as they move across the sky.

This telescope is in excellent condition. It has not been used very much, and the optics are in excellent condition.

Meade Starfinder 6” (f/8)
150mm Diameter
1200mm Focal Length

Equatorial Mount with Setting Circles on both Axes
Heavy Duty 4” Machined Aluminum Pier
Coated Achromatic 6 x 30mm Viewfinder
Precision 1.25” Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
Electric Tracking Drive (Plugs into standard AC household socket)
Multi-Coated Modified Achromatic 25mm Eyepiece

Optional Accessories:
Multi-Coated Modified Achromatic 12mm eyepiece – add $35
Meade StarLocator Limited Edition Astronomy Software – add $20

Asking $510 plus S&H. Willing to negotiate price. If interested, please contact for shipping information.

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