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Oct 18 2005 05:59 AM | oren in 140mm + Refractors
The tube is carefully crafted in three sections, all made of Marine Mahogany, which is a very light and strong type of marine plywood that is not affected by moisture. It can be easily disassembled for transportation. It is
Sep 22 2005 07:41 AM | steve-alicante in 140mm + Refractors
I can't afford high end equipment but I am interested in astro imaging, deep sky observation and I am prepared to experiment a little.
Mar 29 2005 07:48 AM | Eddgie in 140mm + Refractors
You really want to know how the Neo-Achromat optics performed, eh? With all of the hype around high-end APO scopes, and the soaring prices, everyone wants to find reasonable substitutes. Even used APO scopes command unearthly prices.
Mar 29 2005 07:46 AM | JimP in 140mm + Refractors
I would add that the ability of the focuser to be turned 360 degrees is a big plus. A telrad might work perfectly but I really don’t want to stick one on the OTA. But, I can always turn the focuser, which includes the mount for the finder, or in this instance, the Tak 78, 360 degrees, so the finder is always in a convenient location.