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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Astronomy - Software > Classified #218872

For Sale: Astro Cards and Lighted Viewer ****** SOLD******Thanks Jay

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I have all 3 sets of cards and the lighted viewer in like new condition. The cards are set up in a nice plastic index card box for east access. Only selling because my eyes ane going "south" and I can't read them anymore without my glasses.

New the cards and viewer are $67.00 shipped from Astro Cards.
My price is $50.00 shipped anywhere in CONUS by insured priorty mail.

Set A - The Messier Objects Plus
This set is especially recommended for the novice or small scope users, but advanced amateurs will certainly enjoy using them too. Set A also plots hundreds of other objects lying in the same star fields as the Messier Objects. (70 charts) #AC-A. $10.95

Set B - Finest Deep-Sky
Sets B and C introduce the telescope user to the best objects beyond the Messier Catalog. Galaxies as faint as magnitude 13.5 are plotted. (71 charts) #AC-B. $10.95

Set C - Finest Deep-Sky (Part 2)
This set presents more celestial gems for observation by the deep-sky enthusiast. As in Set B, this set includes objects for all sizes of telescopes. (71 charts) #AC-C. $10.95

Thanks for looking
Clear Skies,
Russ Brick
Surfside Observatory
Skywatch Coordinator,
South Jersey Astronomy Club


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