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About Tele Vue

Starbeam's unique flip mirror feature provides comfort and flexibility for viewing straight through and 90°. Viewed straight through, you see the natural sky with a 10 arc-minute (1/3 Moon dia.) "red-star" showing your scope's position. When your scope is pointed high, flip the mirror into position for more comfortable viewing. The size, color and adjustable brightness of the "red-star" makes it easy to see against any twilight to dark sky background.

With its 39mm aperture, the projected image is easily seen any distance behind Starbeam, whether 2 inches or 2 feet! The finely made glass lens acts as a beamsplitter to combine the natural sky background with the superimposed red pointing "star." The first lens surface acts as a collimating mirror so the "red-star" stays stationary against the sky background regardless of your eye position. A compensating curve is designed into the second lens surface to provide the normal sky background view and is multi-coated to eliminate double images.

Elegant in design and form, Starbeam is custom machined completely from aluminum and then black anodized, even down to the "push-pull" thumb screws. No tools are required to align Starbeam with your telescope. Two base channels are available, one for Tele Vue telescopes (except Ranger) and one for scopes of 4" or larger tubes. Mounting hardware included.

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5.0

Teve Vue Starbeam get's you there!

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from Warwick, NY  -  Avid Adventurer

The Starbeam was easy to install on my Tele Vue 85, just attach it with two screws, install batteries, and sight in with a reference point in the sky. It was simple to adjust the red pointing dot with screws for left-right,up-down. After that, getting my scope on target was as simple as pointing the red dot, and looking in my scopes eye piece for a perfectly centered target--every time!

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