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Sky And Scopes, Issue #014 -- December 2011
December 30, 2011

Sky And Scopes, Issue #014 -- Latest Updates

In this issue of 'Sky And Scopes'.....

1)In this months issue we have highlighted a few of the new additions to our site.

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Some of The Products Added This Month

William Optics SPL

The William Optics SPL(Super Planetary Long eye-relief) eyepieces have been created for users who require high-power and sharp and contrast views for planetary observations.


Tal 65 Newtonian Telescope

These scopes are precision made scientific instruments, that are engineered to high optical and mechanical standards, with performance deserving of many larger and more costly models.


AstroTrac TT320X-AG

Using the AstroTrac TT320X-AG equatorial mount it's possible to take longer exposures at longer focal lengths making it possible to capture excellent images of a vast number of objects more rapidly and easily than in the past.

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Televue Plossl Eyepiece

From the time when the first TeleVue Plossl eyepiece was unveiled in 1980, they have gained worldwide praise and patents. These Plössls, developed by Al Nagler, have been universely accepted as an acknowledged standard of performance and value in the class of 50° apparent field of view eyepieces.


Vixen Starguy Alt Azimuth Pro

The Vixen StarGuy Alt Azimuth Pro is the next step up from the well known Porta II Mount. Featuring the well designed Porta II head on top of the HAL130SXG heavy duty tripod for a rigid platform with superb stability

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Where it warrants it we will have a feedback form covering each section, so you will be able to leave your comments, ideas, tips, images and thoughts on all aspects related to astronomy

Until Next Time, Keep Looking up..............


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See you next month!


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