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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #170830

For Sale: Starmaster 20" GOTO - ** SALE PENDING **

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I am offering my superb Starmaster 20" GOTO for sale in preparation for a new scope in a few months. This is one excellent telescope - the Pegasus mirror is pristine, and has great specs (.995 Strehl, RTA .475, wavefront P-V 1/34, wavefront RMS 1/91). More importantly, the performance of the scope backs up these numbers, and as with all Starmasters, the entire scope was set up and dialed in by Rick Singmaster. GOTO is very accurate, and integrated tracking is wonderful.

Full GOTO/tracking, Feathertouch focuser, and most other available Starmaster options. I'm also including an Astrosystems cover.

This scope costs approximately $11,500 new today (plus delivery costs), with at least a 6-8 month wait. I am pricing mine at $8900 and it is available NOW. Local pickup only in the U.P. of Michigan. Believe me, it will be worth the trip to own and use this wonderful scope.

Please - serious inquiries only. A reasonable deposit can hold the scope until pick-up arrangements can be made. I am in no big hurry to sell this scope, but I thought I'd place an initial ad. Photos will available within a day or so - the scope is in fine shape, as you will see.


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