Hello {!firstname},

Since the advent of  reasonably priced CCD imagers, amateur astronomers have been
making record discoveries of many night sky objects.

No one has found Planet X yet, but that won't discourage some.

Imagine, an 11 year old discovering a Supernova.

Yes, it's happened, and best of all right here in Canada. in New Brunswick.

Many amateur astronomers have serious research programs in place.

What makes it possible of course is computerized and robotic amateur 
telescopes, which can be operated from your own backyard.

The danger of getting into CCD imaging of course, is that it can become
addictive.

Imagine, you could give up sleep time for the joy of imaging, and then  processing
your images to see what you've got.

If  CCD imaging is something you have considered dabbling in seriously, then you will
want equipment that is up to the task.

Right now, we are offering two Celestron NIghtscape CCD cameras' on sale.

You can check them out here:

 http://khanscope.com/newEquipList.cfm?catID=1&subCatID=18&manID=2

You might find your passion for astronomy taking a new turn, in a new direction
which also allows you the latitude of contributing to science at the same time.

To order, just give us a call  1 800 580 7160 ot 416 783 4140

Certainly something to think about,

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS Back in the day, amateur astronomers had to overcome a lot more obstacles, to succeed.
      Today we are fortunate that CCD imaging has put the odds in your favour