Hello {!firstname},

Do you own a spotting scope?

I know several people who do, but only consider them for use for the purpose of  birdwatching,  hunting
or target practice or just for viewing objects on land.

Rarely are they considered for astronomical use.

Odd dont'cha think?

A spotting scope is essentially a telescope in disguise. It's more compact to begin with, and that's what I like about it.
Also, the power ranges are usually limited from around 15x to 60x on average.

I personally own an 80mm spotting Scope with a 20-60x zoom eyepiece that is used primarily for looking
at Loons, ducks, and boats on the lake, that I've had for several years.

Last night, , I spotted the Moon, Saturn and Mars beckoning me to take a look, as I took out the garbage, and recycling
however I didn't really have the time to pull the telescope out.

It was just getting to be twilight, and our dog Maya, still needed her evening "business" walk.

After taking care of that, I grabbed the Spotter with it's tripod, and spent all of 10 minutes observing.

That's it. 

Satisfaction.  10 minutes of observing is better than no minutes.

Now, I can offer you something that might fit the bill for you, if you might like to
do the same thing.

Of course, if you already have a spotter, yank it out next time to take a look.

Great for kids too, because it's easy to use.

Buy a quality (and these are quality, make no mistake about it, I'm picky about optics), Celestron Regal
Series scope this month, and you will get a FREE Celestron Trailseeker tripod.

No Guff!

The bigger the aperture on the spotter, the more detail you will see.

Just like a telescope, {!firstname}.

A tripod is an essential accessory for a spotting scope. Celestron's TrailSeeker tripod has all the features you are looking for, and the best thing is that for a limited time... it's FREE with the purchase of a Regal M2 ED spotting scope!

Choose from these great models...

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS You can actually spot the Mars and Saturn in the Southwest, after dusk with your naked eye.
      However, you will be surprised at how much detail you really can see with a quality built
      spotting scope. The optics will reveal details that are simply interesting.