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Meade Light Shroud for 12" Dobsonian

Meade Light Shroud for 12" Dobsonian

Model
ME07102

MX$1,032.59

Meade LightBridge Plus 10"

Meade LightBridge Plus 10"

- 10" (254mm)- Newtonian Reflector
- 1270mm Focal Length, f/5
- 2", 2-Speed (10:1) Rack & Pinion Focuser
- 2" Series 4000 26mm…

Model
ME204010

MX$17,688.43

Meade LightBridge Plus 12"

Meade LightBridge Plus 12"

- 12" (304mm)- Newtonian Reflector
- 1524mm Focal Length, f/5
- 2", 2-Speed (10:1) Rack & Pinion Focuser
- 2" Series 4000 26mm…

Model
ME204011

MX$25,282.65

Meade LightBridge Plus 16"

Meade LightBridge Plus 16"

- 16" (406mm)- Newtonian Reflector
- 1829mm Focal Length, f/5
- 2", 2-Speed (10:1) Rack & Pinion Focuser
- 2" Series 4000 26mm…

Model
ME204012

MX$50,596.87

Orion SkyQuest XX16g GoTo Truss Tube Dobsonian Telescope

Orion SkyQuest XX16g GoTo Truss Tube Dobsonian Telescope

Our 16" truss-tube GoTo Dob presents a perfect combination of big-aperture optics and sophisticated, fully motorized object location technology for…

Model
OR08968

MX$125,867.75

SkyQuest XT10g Computerized GoTo

SkyQuest XT10g Computerized GoTo

Fully motorized GoTo Dobsonian reflector telescope locates, centers, and automatically tracks any of over…

Model
OR10135

MX$49,167.00

SkyQuest XT12g GoTo Dobsonian Telescope

SkyQuest XT12g GoTo Dobsonian Telescope

Model
OR10136

MX$62,933.77

SkyQuest XT4.5 Classic

SkyQuest XT4.5 Classic

Compact and lightweight - a perfect Dobsonian reflector telescope for traveling or easy trips to the backyard at home 4.5" aperture…

Model
OR10014

MX$8,260.07

SkyQuest XT8 Classic Dobsonian Telescope

SkyQuest XT8 Classic Dobsonian Telescope

A large aperture Classic Dobsonian reflector telescope at a very affordable price! 8" diameter reflector optics lets you view the Moon…

Model
OR08945

MX$12,980.19

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