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  1. AG Optical - 10" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    AG Optical - 10" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    The 10" Newtonian Astrograph from AG Optical features an exterior thermal stable, secure, and lightweight carbon fiber tube and optically has a fast focal ratio, corrected optics, and a large aperture making this optical tube excellent for photography of deep sky objects such as galaxies, nebulae, and star clusters.

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    Model#: N10a
    $7,795.00

  2. AG Optical - 12.5" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    AG Optical - 12.5" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    The 12.5" Astrograph from AG Optical is a lightweight, thermally stable, and fast focal ratio optical tube for the most advanced astrophotographers out there.

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    Model#: N12.5a
    $10,500.00

  3. AG Optical - 16" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    AG Optical - 16" Newtonian Astrograph Telescope

    The 16" Astrograph from AG Optical is equipped with a Wynne corrector, which is excellent for pinpointing stars over 50mm fov.

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    Model#: N16a
    $18,500.00

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Company History

AG Optical Systems was founded in 2009 by Dave Tandy and is located just outside of Huntsville, AL. Huntsville, also known as Rocket City USA, has a long history of space technology development and has played central roles in numerous space programs including the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. Dave has been an avid amateur astronomer for over 20 years and has designed and built numerous telescopes including large aperture Newtonian and Ritchey Chretien scopes. Dave's professional experience includes a decade as an engineer and product development manager responsible for conducting modeling and simulation studies for NASA as well as participating in the design, analysis, and testing of aerospace opto-mechanical systems.