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Celestron 80ED "Spotting scope"
By Ed Moreno 7/24/2006
Charge of the "Light" Brigade.

TAMING THE WILD 8” F6 ACHROMAT
By Doug Peterson 7/17/2006
The TMB-Designed telescope from APM, mated to the Aries Chromacor

Takahashi FRC-300
By Melvin Schick 7/4/2006
Patience is only a word. Waiting for the experience of high quality imaging with the FRC-300 from Takahashi tested my ability to endure long days of waiting. Was the 7 months waiting for delivery from Japan worth it?

Orion SkyQuest XT12 Intelliscope
By Bo Lowrey 7/1/2006
Moving from a 6 inch sky cannon to a 12 inch sky cannon

Webster Telescopes ”28” f/4
By Dave Bonandrini 6/27/2006
Its has been 20 years since the Dobsonian revolution, are the new scopes and optics any better? And what does it take to get a manufacturer to lend you a telescope to review?

Quantaray QT-80700 Table Top Telescope
By Lee Spain 6/26/2006
A beginner takes a chance on a clearance sale Table Top reflector. The scope is cute. The price is right. But, does it work?

The Volkswagen Beetle of Telescopes
By david elosser 6/16/2006
This 'Hawk gives its new owner a stellar performance!

This is a review of the TMB 8” F/9 Achromat from APM
By Karl Krasley 6/13/2006

INTES MICRO ALTER M500 vs. ORION ED80: Clash of the Bantamweight Scopes
By ANJAL SHARMA 6/12/2006
Intes Micro Alter M500 5” f/10 Maksutov-Cassegrain: $ 525 (used) Orion ED80 80mm f/7.5 apochromatic refractor: $ 450 (used) Celestron AS-GT GOTO equatorial mount: $ 500 (used) Carrying Handle on the M500 OTA: Priceless There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else there’s Astromart.

Megrez ED triplet APO versus megrez Fluorite Doublet
By fred hissink 6/10/2006
Two brothers meet on a dark night...

STELLARVUE NIGHTHAWK BV (aka SV80BV)
By Jim Carpenter 6/9/2006
A Binoviewer-Friendly Adaptation of the Stellarvue SV80/9D

William Optics ZS110
By Kurt Friedrich 6/8/2006
Very nicely filling a big hole between the affordable small refractors and the very expensive 130mm triplets.

Astro Sky 10" f/6
By Floyd Blue 6/3/2006
Here is the long awaited review on my scope.

Meade 12-inch Lightbridge Deluxe
By Robert Burns 5/17/2006
A lot of scope for the money, but neglect of little details means some extra work.

Celestron C8
By Ed Moreno 4/27/2006
The Rodney Dagnerfield of the telescope world (I just can't get no respect).

Small Scope Nirvana: The TeleVue-76 APO Refractor
By Michael Aaron McNeely 4/25/2006
The TeleVue-76 is a substantial upgrade in comparison to my older TeleVue Pronto. The TeleVue-76 is one of the finest small scopes available.

William Optics 80mm APOGRADE Fluorite Doublet
By Timm Bottoni 3/27/2006
If you have an 80mm WO Megrez or ZenithStar refractor (or compatible other model), but now find yourself with APO Fever, here's your chance to upgrade to an APO Fluorite Doublet.

C14 XLT
By Ed Moreno 2/2/2006

William Optics ZenithStar 105 Ed Triplet APO
By Chris Provost 1/28/2006
A 105mm APO with Rings, a 2" Dielectric diagonal, a red dot finder and a nice case for under $2000.00.

Coronado Calcium-K PST
By Robert Piekiel 1/17/2006
The new Coronado CaK PST makes a fine companion to the Ha PST that many probably already have. How does the new specialty CaK version perform?

Celestron NexStar 102 SLT, The Perfect Grab And Go? - Almost
By Tom McDonough 1/2/2006
With children, busy schedules, and long drives to dark skies, many of us want the ideal grab and go scope for quick backyard observing. The new Celestron NexStar 102 SLT comes very close to achieving the goal of a decent aperture, lightweight, easy to use telescope. It falls short in a few but easy correctable ways.

America's "Nano" Refractor: The Stellervue F50 Finder Scope
By Preston Smith 12/31/2005
Nicknamed the "Sparrow Hawk" this little refractor was designed to be the best 50mm finder on the market. But this little raptor has spread its wings and for many has become a travel scope, guide scope, spotting scope and so much more!

Orion Observer 70: Solid Entry Level Performance
By Lee Spain 12/30/2005
For Observers on a budget, the Orion Observer 70 offers an excellent value.

Vixen ED103SWT Apochromatic
By Pernel Johnson 12/15/2005
My apprehension about a scope that had so little information available was quickly squelched during first light.

TravelStar 11" Achromat
By William Paul 12/11/2005
A general overview of this unique instrument from Joseph Drapell

Vixen VMC260L - Astrograph
By keith Shank 12/8/2005
Taking a gamble on the first of a scope can be harrowing, but this gamble paid off and keeps on being a winner.

Celestron C6-S Schmidt-Cassegrainian
By Lawrence Carlino 11/11/2005
Something borrowed; something new

Orion Starmax 90
By David Carwile 11/3/2005
cheap, good and fast

The Megrez 80 II ED triplet APO, an affordable APO with pleasant surprises
By fred hissink 10/26/2005
Fred Hissink Sometimes even a die-hard observer can be stunned by the release of a product... Especially when this product contents the magic word APO! The William Optics Megrez 80 II ED triplet Apochromatic surprised me and not only because of its outstanding color-free performance... It surprised me in many ways, so I definitely want to add my experiences to what has been written about this extraordinary telescope.

The Megrez ED triplet APO, an affordable APO with many pleasant surprises
By fred hissink 10/25/2005
Sometimes even a die-hard observer can be stunned by the release of a product... Especially when this product contains the magic word APO! The William Optics Megrez 80 II ED triplet Apochromatic surprised me and not only because of its outstanding color-free performance... It surprised me in many ways, so I definitely want to add my experiences to what has been written about this extraordinary telescope.

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