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For Sale: Sold Thanks Russ Price Reduced Astro Physics DigitalSky Voice CD with original paperwork

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Price Reduced For Sale Astro Physics DigitalSky Voice CD version 2.02 with origianl paperwork.

Sold Thanks Russ

I paid $175.00 plus shipping.

Yours for $140.00 with FREE shipping in the C-US-48

I accept Paypal + 3%

Thanks for looking

Observing doesn't get any better than this!
An observing companion who guides you through the universe offering suggestions of objects that are fun and interesting to observe.
An educational tutor providing you with information on the objects you observe.
A terrific planning tool for your next observing, photographics or CCD imaging session.
A powerful search engine which organizes information so that you can maximize your viewing session

Use with these mounts

Astro-Physics 400GTO, 600EGTO, 900GTO, 1200GTO
Meade Computerized LX200, LXD650, LXD750
Meade ETX-90/EC with Autostar, ETX-125/EC with Autostar, Meade DS-Series with Autostar
Vixen SkySensor 2000-PC
Celestron NexStar-5/8/11 and The Ultima 2000
Quadrant Systems mounts
Merlin, DFM, and other mounts using the ACL-Telescopes (Astronomy Command Language) protocol
Any mount that uses the Meade protocol; or you can use it in Emulation Mode without a mount

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