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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #183017

For Sale: LOADED Nexstar 11" GPS...

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I am selling my much loved and heavily customized Celestron Nexstar 11" GPS package. Right now, I do not want to seperate anything, nor do I want to ship it, so top preference will go to a semi-local sale (within a few hours travel from Lancaster, PA). Here's what I have:
Nexstar 11" GPS with heavily modified old c-14 tripod (HUGE improvement over the stock tripod).
Celestron Heavy Duty Equatorial wedge
Celestron flexible dew shield
Orion 12v Dew zapper (heater)
Celestron f/6.3 reducer/corrector
2" SCT visual back
Starizona Counterweight set (top AND bottom weights)
Lumicon adjustable 1/4-20 piggyback mount (holds a short tube 80 fine)
Celestron Short Tube 80mm f/5 achromat refractor (for piggybacked widefield views)
Technical Innovations RoboFocus position feedback computer controlled focuser with hand control.
I put this setup together as a potent ccd imaging (and great observing) platform. There are over $1000 worth of options here; for semi-local delivery/pickup I would charge the price of a new one--$3000. Any questions, etc., please contact me. The scope has done me well, but I am selling to pursue other imaging/observing goals. A (albeit older) picture of the scope and some more info is in ad #182577. Below is an image taken with the setup. Thanks for looking.
 

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