Canadians Journey to Comet ISON Using ISTAR’s Phoenix WFT 204-6 Comet Hunter

ISTAR's Phoenix WFT 204-6 Comet Hunter can help you travel to Comet ISON
ISTAR’s Phoenix WFT 204-6 Comet Hunter can help you travel to Comet ISON

ISTAR’s Phoenix WFT 204-6 Comet Hunter

Astronomy Products – Fasten your seat belt amateur astronomers, we take off just before dawn, toward the star Spica in the constellation Virgo in the southeastern sky.

ISTAR’s new Phoenix WFT 204-6 Comet Hunter is blasting off for Comet ISON.

Featuring a f/5.9 achromatic doublet objective, fully multicoated optics and a dual-speed, 360 degree 2.5″ focuser, ISTAR’s new Phoenix WFT 204-6 is the perfect starship to take you to Comet ISON and beyond.

Your starship to the stars is waiting!

Drop by ISTAR-optical.com or a local telescope shop to have a look at ISTAR’s new Phoenix WFT 204-6. Once you have a look at this telescope, you’ll begin to sweat as you visualise your next celestial journey to Comet ISON around November 28, as it nears its closest point to the sun.

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