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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #245742

Sale/Trade: Mark Harry 6" F5 Mirror, Protostar 1.52" Quartz w/ 3 Vane Spider

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In my ever changing telescope pursuit, I am considering changing again. I have a superb 6" F5 dob, with the above components. The mirror is siliconed in a Starsplitter Aluminum Cell. The specs on the Mark Harry mirror are incredible, I will supply them to interested parties. I have the mirror in the cell. A protostar quartz 1.52" secondary on a 3 vane spider for a 7" ID tube. I have an extra protostar 3 vane spider, never used.

I am going to do one of 3 things, keep everything if no one is interested. Selling the 6" mirror & cell only, and getting Mark to grind me a 6" F6 mirror. Or selling the newt components, and keeping my 6" TEC Mak, if it ever arrives.

Notes, the coating on the secondary, appears to have minor sleeks when viewed at certain angles. I like to be accurate. I will say last night next to my really good 9.25" gps, the newt was putting up a tremendous fight on Jupiter, sleeks and all. Thing I will consider, cash, possible Vixen Gp or GP/DX mount for the TEC, I dont need a tripod. May also consider a good binoviewer. The mirror, cell, and secondary with holder & spider cost $700+


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