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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #97470

For Sale: Meade ETX-90RA - Mint Condition *** Sale Pending ***

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*** Sale Pending ***

Now only - $250 (includes shipping/insurance in CONUS). That's cheaper than I've seen anywhere else.

Mint condition Meade ETX-90RA (the non-computerized version) Maksutov-Cassegrain for sale. This scope started an amateur astronomy revolution when it was released in 1996. Comes complete with 25mm eyepiece (139x) w/case, 9mm eyepiece (50x) w/case, threaded aluminum lens cover, 3-leg tabletop tripod (adjustable for your specific latitude), internal motor drive in R.A. axis to track astronomical objects (3 AA batteries included), 1/4” x 20 threaded hole in base to allow mounting on camera tripod. “Starry Night” desktop planetarium software included to plan your night’s viewing.

Extremely versatile, high-resolution scope with excellent optical performance. The OTA is identical to the new ETX-90EC (computerized version). A great travel-scope or a quick grab-n-go scope at home when you don’t want to set up your Light Bucket. Taken out of the box only a few times. The first $250 will take it home. I’ll even pay your shipping/insurance costs.

Clear skies...

P.S. Did you see the Leonids early Sunday morning? Was that awesome or what?!

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