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A MEADE TELESCOPE BUNDLE

Courtesy of Meade Instrument­s, we’ve got three telescopes to give away

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Meade Polaris 130EQ

With everything you need to view the wonders of the night sky, the 5.1-inch aperture delivers bright and detailed images, perfect for viewing a variety of targets, and a stable equatorial mount with slow-motion controls provides easy tracking of celestial objects as they move across the sky. The 130EQ comes with three eyepieces that provide low, medium and high-powered magnificat­ion for exquisite views of the Moon, planets and deep-sky objects.

Meade Polaris 90EQ

Ideal for beginners to astronomy, the Meade Polaris 90EQ refractor has a 3.5-inch aperture that’s well suited for observing the surface of the Moon and the planets, as well as terrestria­l views. Three eyepieces provide a variety of magnificat­ions for a pleasing observing experience. An equatorial mount allows for optimum control while tracking celestial objects across the night sky, while a red-dot finder makes locating objects a breeze.

Meade Infinity 102AZ

Complete with a simple yet effective alt-azimuth mount, the Meade Infinity – just like its cousin the Polaris – provides stunningly clear and crisp views of night-sky targets that will delight the novice astronomer. As with all Meade telescopes, this four-inch instrument comes with three eyepieces that provide a low, medium and high-powered magnificat­ion to observe anything from birds to our Solar System.

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