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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #135567

For Sale: 14.5" newtonian astrograph in carbon tube for CCD imaging

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14.5" f5 Newtonian Astrograph optimized for CCD imaging by Mike Palermiti from Internet Telescope Exchange. This is a very special tube assembly optimized for high quality CCD imaging. Featuring custom 3", 4 element corrector optics by Coastal Optical (same as used by Brian Lula in his 20" astrograph, see heavensgloryobservatory for info and pics)in massive motorized 5" OD focuser yields 50% greater aperature that using standard coma correcter. Optimized for 25mm square CCD Devices. Focuser is modified crayford design and is motorized for both focus and camera rotation with no image shift. 14.5" x 2" f4 primary,(1/9 PV, 1/35 RMS), 96% coatings, corrector optics extend FL from f4 to f5. protostar heated secondary system, 56" long Black Carbon fiber tube with open mirror support for very fast cool down and light weight (38# tube). End of tube lined with black velvet for zero stray light issues, also included extra Dewzee extension that’s also velvet lined. Extras include Parallax rings/losmandy male dovetail, Dewzee, AP 2.5" extender, HD Nylon case. Less than 3 months old, only used several times and in like new condition. Cost new $8500, Sell all for $7000 OBO.
JPEG available for those with serious interest.

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