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ORION 120ED vs. ASTRO-TECH 127EDT
By Lawrence Carlino 10/2/2008
Bargain-priced 5-inch APO shootout

EON 120 Reveiw
By christopher palmer 9/3/2008
EON 120 Reveiw

Pentax 105SDP Apochromatic Refractor
By Pollux Chung 8/15/2008
Great (little) apochromatic refractor from the Japanese Optics Giant

Takahashi's Sky 90II
By Trenton Feist 7/22/2008
This oft forgotten wonder proves to be more than meets the eye!

Celestron NexStar 4SE
By Mike Sheron 7/21/2008
4SE is a great begining!

Orion 3.6 Clear aperture Reflector
By Tim Abbott 7/17/2008
Can you buy a 90mm APO for $234 ?

Televue 101
By Ed Moreno 7/15/2008
High Definition Wide-screen Space TV

Orion XT8 Dob
By Ivan Gastaldo 7/14/2008
An affordable scope that truly delivers!

Orion XT4.5 Dob
By Stephen Nolin 6/21/2008
My New Grab-n-Go Dob!

AstroTech AT16
By Dave Bonandrini 6/17/2008
It's Big, it's Black, and its 16 inches!

Removing the Internal Counterweight - Meade 7” Maksutov
By Steve Hollenbach 6/4/2008
Several Meade 7” MAK owners have asked how this is done, including myself, so I did it and wrote it down for your information. Thanks, Steve Hollenbach

Takahashi's TOA 150 takes on it's FS-152 ancestor
By Jerry Wise 6/2/2008
How does the new TOA 150 compare to the venerable FS-152?

MN56...
By Ed Moreno 5/7/2008
STill viable???

The Classic Orange-Tube Celestron C11 revisited
By Robert Piekiel 4/28/2008
If you're searching for a telescope with decent aperture and extreme portability, this Classic Celestron form 25+ years ago might fit your plans better than anything else.

Celestron Omni XLT 150
By James MacWilliam 4/5/2008
Just As I Suspected, It's All Done With Mirrors!

My Meade 7" LX200GPS Maksutov-Cassegrain
By Patricia Byerly 3/24/2008
A young amateur astronomer finds a winning scope

ORION 180mm MAKSUTOV-CASSEGRAINIAN
By Lawrence Carlino 3/20/2008
Certainly, a quality APO refractor is a favorite tool of the high-resolution aficionado, and a long-focus Newtonian reflector is also very desirable, but the cost of obtaining an adequate mount for the long and heavy tube assemblies may easily double the price of the telescope alone. This is where compound catadioptric scopes have found their niche in minimizing tube length and weight while still providing excellent image quality.

12.5" Cave Astrola Newtonian
By Ronald Abraham 2/23/2008
Synchronize your Clockdrive and Libido to the bouncing planet. Live big. Be a man. Size matters.

TMB Design 130mm f7 ED Triplet APO Refractor Signature Series
By james Yang 2/21/2008
The answer to your refractor dreams?

WO FLT 110MM TMB and Polluted Sites
By Howard Lazarus 2/13/2008

Astro-Physics 6” f/8 Telescope Review
By Ed Moreno 2/13/2008

Orion ED 100
By Wing Eng 1/1/2008
A great scope at a great price.

Mewlon 250S and EM-400 for Imagers
By John O'Neill 12/29/2007
Imagers may be interested in this scope/mount combo

Improved ST80 Review
By Patrick O'Neil 10/17/2007
What can you expect and do with an 80mm Telescope? Find out and see.

Review of the Celestron C5 “Classic”
By Ed Moreno 9/29/2007
Cute Little Kitten? Or Tiny Tiger…

The New StellarVue 102 ED: A Lotta Bang and Bling for the Buck
By Mark Webb 9/26/2007
When Vic Maris at StellarVue announced they’d be producing a 4 inch doublet at a cost of less than $1,600 including a case and FeatherTouch focuser, it seemed like small reflector Nirvana. StellarVue (SV) is known for their high quality and standards, and every scope going out their door is star tested under the real sky – so the opportunity to purchase one of Vic’s new gems at such a low price was just too good to pass up.

Class of 85: The TeleVue-85 APO Refractor
By Michael Aaron McNeely 9/20/2007
The TeleVue-85 is an ideal small telescope. It will reveal all of the major phenomena of the heavens, from high magnification views of planets to low power Milky Way starfields.

STELLARVUE SV102ED
By Lawrence Carlino 9/9/2007
Redefining value in high-quality refractors by Lawrence Carlino

$300 Mirror Shootout - 10" Discovery and 12.5" HubbleOptics
By Kevin Bong 9/8/2007
I have two telescopes I've built over the past year that have an interesting commonality - I paid the same for the "new" primary mirror in both. Last night I pulled both out and compared them side by side.

William Optics Zenithstar 70 Ferrari 60th Anniversary APO
By Peter Pulles 8/31/2007
Impressions and first light of a very special fast racing apo

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