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From the Editor's Desk Archives
Whenever I've spoken with astronomy dealers and manufacturers over the past 8 years, they all lament the same issue - flat sales year in and year out
Once upon a time there lived two amateur astronomers
For years the offerings from Meade and Celestron reminded me of the computer industry.
A look at the UO orthoscopic planetary series eyepieces.
Six Eyepiece Cases are examined in detail
What happened to the Fork Mounted non-GOTO SCT?
7 Essential SCT accessories.
In a nutshell, the Scopebuggy is a $260.00 platform "cart" that allows the owner to pull their large SCT, EQ mounted scope or large dob outside in one trip.