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Dec 17 2009 08:35 AM | Larry Carlino in 140mm + Refractors
As a confirmed telescope "junkie" and seasoned-observer who has purchased perhaps 150 telescopes over the past 50 years I’ve always come back to the refractor as my very favorite type of instrument. Having owned many sizes and configurations of the breed, I’ve been on a seemingly endless quest for the ideal balance of
Dec 08 2009 10:25 AM | phxbird in 140mm + Refractors
In January of 2009 I posted a review of a Celestron 6” refractor on a SkyView Pro mount. Since then there have been some changes and modifications that have led to vastly improved capabilities
Oct 16 2009 09:11 AM | galaxyman in 140mm + Refractors
The package includes a 6" f/6.5 tube assembly (about 21 lbs.) with a cradle that has a handle, a 2" diagonal, a wide-field 20mm (1.25") eyepiece, a 8x50mm finder, and a very nice metal case for transporting the scope.