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  1. Explore Scientific - Smart Phone Camera Adapter for 1.25-inch Eyepieces

    Regular Price: $19.99

    You Pay: $16.00

    SKU: EXP-SPCA125-00

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    How many times have you wished you could center your smart phone's lens right over the center of the eyepiece lens to grab an image of the Moon or a bright planet? It's not easy to hand hold it as you will find out if you try. The Explore Scientific 1.25" eyepiece smart phone adapter simply and easily holds your phone perfectly in place for imaging or videoing through your telescope's eyepiece!

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  2. Explore Scientific - ED80 Air Spaced Carbon Fiber Triplet Refractor Telescope

    Regular Price: $899.99

    You Pay: $749.99

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    SKU: EXP-EDT-0806-CF-01

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    This Explore Scientific 80mm f/6 ED Apochromatic triplet is an air-spaced triplet refractor telescope for observing and photography of celestial objects. Ideal for travel, imaging and observing, the carbon fiber body resists fluctuations with temperature changes, the Explore Scientific 80mm EDT includes smart design features like a push/pull collimation cell, integrated V series dovetail and includes a precision 2" focuser and 2" diagonal.

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  3. Explore Scientific - ED102 Carbon Fiber Triplet Refractor Telescope

    Regular Price: $1,349.99

    You Pay: $1,099.99

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    SKU: EXP-EDT-10207-CF-01

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    Explore Scientific uses ED (Extra-low Dispersion) FCD1 (Dense Fluor Crown) glass developed and manufactured by Hoya Optical of Japan to build their EDT 102mm refractor, resulting in exceptionally brilliant images of the planets, star clusters and nebulae with superior color and contrast. The Explore Scientific 102ED is an ideal choice for both imaging and observing astronomers. No case is included with this model.

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  4. Explore Scientific - ED102 Air Spaced Carbon Fiber Triplet Refractor Telescope

    $1,499.99
    SKU: EXP-EDT-10207-CF

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    Explore Scientific uses ED (Extra-low Dispersion) FCD1 (Dense Fluor Crown) glass developed and manufactured by Hoya Optical of Japan to build their EDT 102mm refractor, resulting in exceptionally brilliant images of the planets, star clusters and nebulae with superior color and contrast. The Explore Scientific 102ED is an ideal choice for both imaging and observing astronomers. Includes a case for a savings of $30. Limited quantity available.

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  5. Explore Scientific - 9mm 100° Series Argon Purged Waterproof Eyepiece - 2" - Fully Warranted - OPEN BOX

    $350.00
    SKU: EPWP1009-01-OPEN

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    Using advanced computer design, combinations of low dispersion and high refractive index optical glasses, and durable multilayer deposition coatings

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  6. Explore Scientific - 5.5mm 100° Argon Purged Waterproof Eyepiece - 2" - Fully Warranted - OPEN BOX

    Regular Price: $379.00

    You Pay: $345.00

    SKU: EPWP10055-01-OPEN

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    Using advanced computer design, combinations of low dispersion and high refractive index optical glasses, and durable multilayer deposition coatings, Explore Scientific 100° Series

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  7. Explore Scientific - 24mm 82° Wide Field Eyepiece - 2"

    Regular Price: $379.00

    You Pay: $174.99

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    SKU: EXP-EP8224-00

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    Using advanced computer design, combinations of low dispersion and high refractive index optical glasses, and durable multilayer deposition coatings. The Explore Scientific 24mm 82 degree eyepiece features a Nitrogen purged, waterproof body to keep your optics clean and clear for many years.

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