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The Orion AstroView 90mm Equatorial Refractor by Orion is a great intermediate telescope . While the Orion AstroView 90mm Equatorial Refractor may take a bit longer to learn and need some set-up or adjustments, its excellent optics and robust features will allow an enthusiast to grow into the hobby. Using a lens system to produce images, this Orion AstroView 90mm Equatorial refractor is a great portable telescope for night lunar, planetary, star and daytime terrestrial observation. Features & Benefits: A multi-coated 90mm objective lens of 910mm focal length f/10 housed in an enameled aluminum tube Two Sirius Plossl eyepieces 25mm and 10mm 6x30 finder 90-deg star diagonal EQ-2 equatorial mount with slow motion controls for manual tracking Includes: Adjustable aluminum tripod with accessory tray Optional EQ-3M electronic drive for fully automatic tracking One year Limited warranty Supplemental Copy: The AstroView 90 is an affordable, high quality refractor telescope. It provides excellent image quality at an amazingly low price. Add an optional electronic drive for hands-free star tracking or a correct-image prism diagonal for daytime use.Now you can have the virtues of refractor-sharp images without having to break into your piggy bank. Our remarkable AstroView 90 gives big returns for a small investment! This is a powerful refractor featuring a multi-coated 90mm objective lens of 910mm focal length f/10 housed in an enameled aluminum tube. You won't have any trouble gathering enough light for bright, crisp views of deep-sky objects, the Moon, and planets. Even better, we've upgraded the AstroView 90 package with two Sirius Plossl eyepieces 25mm and 10mm! The AstroView 90 comes equipped with a 6x30 finder, 90-deg star diagonal, adjustable aluminum tripod with accessory tray, and an EQ-2 equatorial mount with slow motion controls for manual tracking.An optional EQ-2M drive system can be added for automatic, hands-free tracking. One-year limited warranty. Ships to the U.S. including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Please note: this item is excluded from storewide promotions
Rorke Denver trains the men who become Navy SEALs—the most creative problem solvers on the modern battlefield, ideal warriors for the kinds of wars America is fighting now. With his years of action-packed mission experience and a top training role, Lieutenant Commander Denver understands exactly how tomorrow’s soldiers are recruited, sculpted, motivated, and deployed. Now, Denver takes you inside his personal story and the fascinating, demanding SEAL training program he now oversees. He recounts his experience evolving from a young SEAL hopeful pushing his way through Hell Week, into a warrior engaging in dangerous stealth missions across the globe, and finally into a lieutenant commander directing the indoctrination, requalification programs, and the ”Hero or Zero” missions his SEALs undertake. From his own SEAL training and missions overseas, Denver details how the SEALs’ creative operations became front and center in America’s War on Terror—and how they are altering warfare everywhere. In fourteen years as a SEAL officer, Rorke Denver tangled with drug lords in Latin America, stood up to violent mobs in Liberia, and battled terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan. Leading 200 commando missions, he earned the Bronze Star with V for valor. He has also served as flag aide to the admiral in charge and spent the past four years as executive officer of the Navy Special Warfare Center’s Advanced Training Command in Coronado, California, directing all phases of the basic and advanced training that prepare men for war in SEAL teams. He recently starred in the film Act of Valor. He is married and has two daughters. Ellis Henican is a columnist at Newsday and an on-air commentator at the Fox News Channel. He has written two recent New York Times bestsellers, Home Team with New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and In the Blink of an Eye with NASCAR legend Michael Waltrip.
Kids have been looping string around their fingers to make cool patterns ever since the invention of string and fingers, passing the skill from generation to generation through some mysterious recreational osmosis. In today’s high tech world, though, people have completely forgotten how to make The Cup and Saucer, The Witch’s Broom, and Jacob’s Ladder. Thank goodness for Cat’s Cradle. Since its introduction in 1993, Cat’s Cradle has sold more than 3.9 million copies worldwide. That means we’ve introduced at least 39,000,000 fingers to the joy of string games. We couldn’t be prouder. The four-millionth copy will sell any day now and, to prepare for that happy occasion, we’ve given the book a brand-new cover. Inside, the simple instructions and ultra-clear tech art remain as foolproof as ever. And, of course, the book still comes with a never-ending loop of rainbow-colored string. Some things are just too good to mess with. Comes with:36 page book, loop of multicolored string. Children's - Grade 3-4, Age 8-9.
Experience one of the most fascinating phenomena of our times - the rapid evolution of the world's most populous nation from a secluded land of mystery to an economic powerhouse welcoming the modern world. In this compelling four-part series, China Rises takes you inside this dynamic country - from jeep joyriding in the Gobi Desert to a factory floor in Zhejiang Province, from walking the red carpet at the Shanghai Film Festival to staging a pop concert at the Great Wall, from police rescuing abducted women to experts training astronauts, from celebrating Chinese Central Television's new state-of-the-art headquarters to transforming controversial Tiananmen Square into an Olympic beach volleyball court. The seismic changes happening in China today reflect a potent mixture of dreams and despair, with consequences that will shape the future of the entire planet.
In Devils Ride Season 2, we've rolled up the garage doors to take you inside what was once the fastest-growing motorcycle club in San Diego. But when the Laffing Devils strike out against Sinister Mob, the once-dominating club faces chaos and defeat in a fight for survival. In preparation for battle, both clubs set out to do whatever it takes to strengthen and straighten up their armies, as dismembered bikes are discovered and risky races are run. Meanwhile, internal issues fester as each club faces its own demons and leaders fight to gain control over their uncontrollable members. Yet at the end of the battle, one club unleashes the element of surprise, revealing to everyone that this is only the beginning of the war.