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CDN$ 449.99
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4.8 Read reviews
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Orion SkyQuest XT6 ranks #1 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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10.0
Amazing
Popularity Score:
Awesomeness: 100
CDN$ 449.99 Show listing
  • Perhaps the best beginner Dobsonian reflector telescope you can buy - big 6" aperture at an amazing price
  • A beginner may use a 60mm telescope for a few months or years before deciding they need to upgrade to a better telescope - a 6" Dobsonian will give you a lifetime of wonderful views
CDN$ 299.99
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4.7 Read reviews
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Orion StarBlast 4.5 ranks #4 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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9.4
Amazing
Popularity Score:
Very popular
Popularity rank: 10 / 58
86%
Awesomeness: 94
CDN$ 299.99 Show listing
Color:
Teal
Release Date: 26 Dec 2015
  • A great compact grab-and-go telescope designed for entry-level and intermediate astronomy enthusiasts
  • Substantial 4.5 inch aperture and fast f/4 focal ratio provides bright, detailed views of solar system targets like the Moon and planets, as well as wide-field celestial objects like nebulas and star clusters
CDN$ 299.99
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Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro ranks #5 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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9.4
Amazing
Popularity Score:
Very popular
Popularity rank: 11 / 58
84%
Awesomeness: 94
CDN$ 299.99 Show listing
Color:
Teal
Release Date: 26 Dec 2015
  • A great compact grab-and-go telescope designed for entry-level and intermediate astronomy enthusiasts
  • Substantial 4.5 inch aperture and fast f/4 focal ratio provides bright, detailed views of solar system targets like the Moon and planets, as well as wide-field celestial objects like nebulas and star clusters
CDN$ 524.99
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4.6 Read reviews
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Orion StarBlast 6 Astro ranks #6 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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9.0
Great
Popularity Score:
Awesomeness: 90
CDN$ 524.99 Show listing
  • A fun, capable, and simple point-and-view tabletop reflector telescope popular among both beginners and seasoned astronomers thanks to its ease of use and versatile performance
  • Substantial 6" aperture reflector optics reveal good detail on the planets and Moon, as well as bright deep-sky objects such as nebulas, galaxies, and star clusters
CDN$ 524.99
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4.6 Read reviews
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Orion SpaceProbe 130ST EQ ranks #7 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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9.0
Great
Popularity Score:
Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 28 / 58
58%
Awesomeness: 87
CDN$ 524.99 Show listing
  • This 5.1" aperture reflector telescope gathers an ample amount of light for great views of the planets and Moon, as well as brighter galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters
  • Relatively short, 24" long optical tube design for easy portability and fast f/5 focal ratio for pleasing wide-field performance makes the SpaceProbe 130ST EQ a very versatile telescope the whole family can enjoy
CDN$ 1399.99
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Celestron Nexstar 5 SE ranks #13 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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8.5
Great
Popularity Score:
Very popular
Popularity rank: 6 / 58
92%
Awesomeness: 85
CDN$ 1399.99 Show listing
Color:
Orange / Black
  • Celestron’S iconic “orange tube” design is updated with all the latest features to provide the best stargazing experience for beginners and experienced observers alike
  • 4-Inch aperture provides excellent light-gathering ability at an affordable price. You'll get impressive views of the moon and planets, along with deep sky objects like the Orion nebula, while retaining a compact form factor. Mount Type- Computerized Altitude-Azimuth Single Fork Arm
CDN$ 524.99
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Orion SpaceProbe 130ST ranks #8 out of 37. It is in the top 10%.
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9.0
Great
Popularity Score:
Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 29 / 58
57%
Awesomeness: 85
CDN$ 524.99 Show listing
  • This 5.1" aperture reflector telescope gathers an ample amount of light for great views of the planets and Moon, as well as brighter galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters
  • Relatively short, 24" long optical tube design for easy portability and fast f/5 focal ratio for pleasing wide-field performance makes the SpaceProbe 130ST EQ a very versatile telescope the whole family can enjoy
CDN$ 299.99
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Orion StarMax 90mm ranks #15 out of 37. It is in the top 20%.
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8.4
Great
Popularity Score:
Awesomeness: 84
CDN$ 299.99 Show listing
  • This grab-and-go TableTop Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope provides powerful views of the Moon and bright planets such as Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars
  • Weighing just 6.5 lbs. assembled, this compact telescope and base can be taken just about anywhere to provide great views of the night sky while on road-trips, camping, or the short trip out to the backyard
CDN$ 3527.15
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Celestron CPC XLT ranks #16 out of 37. It is in the top 20%.
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8.3
Great
Popularity Score:
Awesomeness: 83
CDN$ 3527.15 Show listing
Color:
Black
  • 9.25-inch diffraction limited Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope^Features a fully computerized dual fork arm altazimuth mount^With its ergonomic design, comfortably move the telescope from location to location^Includes convenient remote hand control holder^Proven NexStar computer control technology; GPS alignment
CDN$ 157.49
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Orion SkyScanner 100mm ranks #18 out of 37. It is in the top 20%.
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8.2
Great
Popularity Score:
Very popular
Popularity rank: 9 / 58
88%
Awesomeness: 82
CDN$ 157.49 Show listing
Color:
Burgandy
  • An ideal entry-level reflector telescope with 100mm parabolic primary mirror optics - no plastic lenses as found in some other telescopes made for beginners
  • See hundreds of craters on the Moon, detail on Jupiter and other planets, even when viewing from relatively bright city locations
10 / 22

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