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Re: Anyone Want To Discuss The Best Planetary Eyepiece Choices?

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Posted by Jarvis Krumbein on March 6, 2001 04:56:06 UTC

First and foremost, a really good Barlow is required. This is especially true with fast Newtonians. I've been using the Meade Apochromatic Barlow for the past two years and it makes any high quality Plossel seem perfect. In addition, the longer eye relief makes observing much easier.

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