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  1. @LeeHore7 Remember that starquest is an achromat. That means that stars won't be as pin point as with apo/ED refractors, or reflectors. There will be small halos from chromatic aberration (CA) on brighter stars. I plan to use 130p newton (Heritage OTA, but you can get 130p-ds that has much better focuser) on a tracking mount. It's not much heavier than Starquest 102 but gathers more light and won't suffer from CA.
  2. Hello Victor, do you see some noticeable difference regarding CA and contrast when compared to Evostar 72ED?
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