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    Default What is a decent telescope to view most of the planets with detail?



    Tell me price too,just basically I can see all the planets up to Saturn very well.Uranus and Neptune all I need is to see it

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    Default Re: What is a decent telescope to view most of the planets with detail?

    Orion SkyQuest XT10 Classic Dobsonian Telescope.
    $629.99
    3 easy payments of $210.00
    With payment plan

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    Default Re: What is a decent telescope to view most of the planets with detail?

    Please check the dates on threads before replying, this thread dates back to 2008 with the OP no longer active.
    Posting to older threads is considered necro posting, this is contained in our terms of service and forum rules.

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