It has been well reviewed by Sky & Telescope magazine and is actively discussed on the Cloudy Nights forum. Benefits Specialist Available at One Sky One Sky Community Services has a Benefits Specialist available to meet with you to answer specific questions or help with managing your personal benefits. AWB OneSky Reflector Telescope (US delivery only) $200 Orion StarMax 90mm Mak-Cass Telescope and Tripod Bundle $300 SKY-WATCHER 6" F/8 CLASSIC 150P DOBSONIAN TELESCOPE S11600 $315 ETA 4th recommendation - Sky Watcher 1-866-634-9412 Most often I use a Bogen 3011 (current equivalent is the Manfrotto 055) as its 5 lb weight and level of stability is a good match for an 80mm f/6 triplet refractor or the AWB OneSky. Please call (603) 436-6111 or 1-800-660-4103; You may also find answers to your questions about benefits at Service Link Resource Center. Purchase AWB 'OneSky' . There is an 80+ page post about the AWB 'OneSky' at CloudyNights.com. With a theme of The Moon, GAM 2019 brings new ideas and new opportunities, again bringing enthusiasts together worldwide to celebrate Astronomers Without Borders' motto One People, One Sky. Global Astronomy Month (GAM), organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world's largest global celebration of astronomy. The AWB OneSky 130 Reflector Telescope is designed with portability in mind but you’ll appreciate its solid performance. AWB OneSky 130 Reflector Telescope. The One Sky Newtonian is identical with the 130P. The AWB OneSky 130 Reflector Telescope is designed with portability in mind but you’ll appreciate its solid performance. about the Skywatcher Heritage 130P Flextube in the CloudyNights forum (found in: Articles and Forums-General Astronomy-Beginners Forum-One Sky Newtonian/Astronomers without borders). There is a huge thread (85 pages!) It has been well reviewed by Sky & Telescope magazine and is actively discussed on the Cloudy Nights forum. The OneSky telescope is a 130mm f/5 Newtonian reflector from Astronomers Without Borders. AWB OneSky 130 Reflector Telescope.