M51

M101

M108

M97

​Coma Bernice Star Cluster

M53

M3

M13

M92

M57

M29

​Double/Double in Lyra - Stars

M56

​NGC6910

Yellow Blue Stars in Cygnus-Look for Alberio

​         at Southern tip of Cygnus

*Veil Nebula

*North American Nebula

​*Pelican Nebula

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           *All three Nebulae can be found around

​              the Cygnus Constellation

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    FOR SALE                                                                     

TELESCOPES:

4.5 inch F4 rich field Newtonian scope.  Accepts 1 ¼ eyepieces.  A computerized single arm mount on a aluminum tripod and reflex finder.  Price: $100.00 Plus shipping

4.7 inch F5 rich field refractor that takes 1 ¼ and 2 inch eyepieces. Mounted on a aluminum tripod with a equatorial head with R.A. drive and reflex finder.  Price: $147.00 Plus shipping

 4.5 inch F6 Newtonian scope.  Includes a wooden tripod with an equatorial head and 30mm finderscope.  Accepts both 1 ¼ and .965 eyepieces that come with the scope.  Optical tube has slight dent in it but optical alignment is still possible.  Price:$100.00 Plus shipping

 60mm F13 refractor with aluminum tripod and equatorial head. Comes with .965 eyepieces and carrying bag. Price: $25.00 Plus shipping

EYEPIECES


1 ¼ inch eyepieces: Price $28.00 each Plus shipping


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0mmPlossl    12.5mm Plossl      

25mm Plossl    32mm Plossl                   40mm Plossl    2.3mm (Lanthanum)      7-21mm Zoom  

5mm illuminated reticle eyepiece Price: $45.00 Plus shipping

2 inch eyepieces: Price $100.00 each Plus shipping

26mm – 70 degree FOV   

 32mm – 70 degree FOV    

40mm – 70degree FOV

2inch, 2x Barlow Price: $45.00 Plus shipping

MISCELLANEOUS 
Table top equatorial mount for small scopes or binos. Price: $38.00 Plus shipping

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To purchase any of the items listed above, please call Ken. Boehnlein at 330-273-3716 after 6 P.M. Eastern Standard Time.  Note: all prices shown are in US Dollars
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