Explore Scientific 127mm ED APO Orion 100ED Orion 90mm Achro Explore Scientific 80mm ED APO Orion ST80 Celestron SP-C6 Newt Orion XT10i Meade 12X60Orion Ultra View 8X42---------- Super Polaris CG-5GT ES Twilight I Skyview AZ Paragon Plus ---------- Torrance,CA
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Quote:Looks like an SP (Super Polaris).
Quote:Quote:Looks like an SP (Super Polaris). Ugh... I meant Super Polaris... The Great Polaris is a bit beefier no?So if it is a SP how would I determine that it is. There are NO manufacutring marks (That I can tell) and no stickers or names. No identification whatsoever.Thanks for the reply!
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