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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Observatories > Classified #625356

For Sale: 6 Foot Home Dome Observatory w/Cubby [SOLD]

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Computer Controlled Observatory

I'm moving ... need to sacrifice my $7,500 dome for $950.

Home Dome Six foot dome "tall"
Part Number: PD6

Package Includes with prices paid:
- PD6 - Six foot dome with 45" walls for stand-alone $4,750
- CC6 - Computer Cubbies, molded into one or more PD-6 wall sections $550
- ED6 - Electric motors (2 -12vDC) drive system for rotating six foot dome $475
- ES6 - Electric motor assembly (12vDC) for open/close shutter on six foot dome $475
- PS1 - Power Supply (12vDC) for six foot diameter dome $100
- DDW - Digital Dome Works, complete computer automation package $1,750

The PD6, six foot dome "tall", is designed for a stand-alone installation, most often on a concrete pad or deck. The dome comes with a 45" high wall with reverse flange, with a built in 19" wide door. The complete dome is 6'10" high at the zenith on the inside. The outside diameter of the wall is 72" and the 3" mounting flange turns to the inside. The shutter is a full 30" wide and opens 12" past the zenith. The dome also comes with the Digital Domeworks computer control package.

Check out all of the specs the homedome website
 

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