12 Dec

>The Award Winning MySky

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One of the most amazing creations to hit consumers in years, the Meade MySky Plus continues to turn heads as the holidays come along. Both are professional and amateur astronomers are using this skygazing tool to learn more about the galaxy and all of its wonders. The mySky brings the same advanced technology to the table as Meade telescopes, an ease of use right out of the box, a straightforward design, and a quality that comes only with the Meade brand.

Ergonomically designed to be used night after night, the Meade mySkay Plus utilizes "point and shoot" technology to put an astounding amount of knowledge at your fingertips. User can aim the mySky at a celestial body and read a description from the full color LCD screen, or embark on one of the included guided tours of the universe. The MySky Plus even tells you about the most interesting sights at the current time, tailored to your specific location!

The Meade mySky arrives just in time for the upcoming 2009 International Year of Astronomy, where countries around the world gather to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Galileo‘s use of a telescope to study the sky. In the comfort of your own backyard you can honor his tradition and learn about planets, stars, and galaxies with the pull of the MySky‘s trigger. It is no wonder that the Meade mySky was nominated for Outstanding Technology of the Year Award in 2007 and won the Editor’s Choice Award by the Children’s Technology Review magazine. Click here to see the positive reviews that the mySky has received from impressive sources.

The Meade mySky Plus is the ideal gift for any of your family and friends that love to learn, and with updates constantly being made available online, you will never run out of things to learn. Stop by OpticsPlanet and get yours before time runs out!

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