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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #275290

For Sale: Meade ETX-90EC with UHTC Complete Rig

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Full Meade ETX-90. This is the highly acclaimed Maksutov-Cassegrain which puts big scope performance in a little package. I have used this scope to show many planets and deep sky objects, including galaxies, open and globular star clusters, nebulae and more.

This comes with the premium UHTC optical coating which improves light transmission. Also includes both the manual electronic controller and the Autostar Go-To controller for automatically going to and tracking any object. Also comes with a 25mm Plossl eyepiece and Barlow 2x converter, the better 884 field tripod (extremely stable) and the manuals. Includes both the straight through finder and the better Meade Right Angle finder.

Rings of Saturn/Cassini Div, bands and moons of Jupiter, incredible lunar detail and the ability to see many fainter deep space objects. All in all a great scope. This is a rig that will grow with you and is very convenient as a grab and go scope due to its size/weight.

Payment via paypal requires confirmed address. Shipping is in two boxes (OTA and tripod) and is calculated exactly via the preferred shipping website (either fedex, ups or usps). I've had best success with Fedex.


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