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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #661118

For Sale: Still time to get one for Christmas

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With winter coming, you may want to spend some time learning more about your CATs. ANYONE with an interest in SCTs (User, owner, ATM, TN, researcher, repair buff, casual observer, etc) will find much never-before-seen-in-print info in the unique

Celestron The Early Years. THE 1800-page “Bible” of SCT development, on CD-ROM. Chronicles the history of the commercial SCT from a back corner of Tom Johnson’s shop to the more modern scopes found today. Heavy emphasis on mechanical design and optics. TONS of full-color photos and engineering prints, many never before seen until now, with detailed repair procedures and extensive interviews of early Celestron opticians and engineers, including Tom Johnson himself. Any telescope buff or AstroMart user can highly benefit from this ebook. Whether you’re an ATM, a telescope user, equipment buff, optician, engineer, history buff, library curator, or an owner/user of an SCT, pick up a copy of “Celestron The Early Years.” Endorsed by Dennis DiCicco of S&T.
1800-page CD-ROM in PDF. $39.95 shipped.

If you already have one, they make great Christmas gifts for someone who doesn't!

Go to my user profile and see the many favorable customer reviews of "CTEY"! Satisfied customers don’t lie! (Or, look at my profile and view my past classifieds for more details on them).
 

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