NotJustTelescopes.com Announces a Back-to-School Special on Full Line of Telescopes

NotJustTelescopes.com will begin its first ever extended telescope sale extended telescope sale of its entire line of telescopes at 20% off from August 15, through Labor Day, September 5 with below market prices. Further expanding the line, the store is adding four more Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour telescopes in recognition that it hopes that the U.S. Congress does not double down on cuts to the further exploration of space.

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Middletown, CT (PRWEB) August 10, 2011

At NotJustTelescopes, the expansion of the Voyager Sky Tour series of both Refractor and Reflector Telescopes to a collection of six is proof positive of the continued, if not growing interest in the exploration of the heavens. Included in these first ever discounted telescopes are Bushnell Northstar products, Red Planet products from the Carson line, and Space Station products from the Tasco line.

While manned space travel is off of the NASA budget drawing boards for the near future, research into the cosmos continues with Hubble in orbit and the James Webb Space Telescope planned for a 2018 launch (provided Congress does not cut the project for the NASA budget in the 2011--2012 session. In the meantime many professional and leisure astronomers continue their search of the known universe. At NotJustTelescopes.com, the expansion of the Voyager Sky Tour series of both Refracting and Reflector Telescopes to a collection of six is proof positive of the continued, if not growing interest in the exploration of the heavens.

Across the country, too many school programs are being cut back, but the sciences continue to remain stable to which we can all be thankful. Astronomy continues strong in both suburban and urban school systems. Store proprietors can attest to that stability in the inner city as well as the enthusiasm of programs that have expanded youthful minds.

At NotJustTelescopes, beginners and the pros can feel at home.

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