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Meade Infinity 90mm Altazimuth Refractor


$189.00


SKU: 209005
Manufacturer: Meade Instruments
UPC: 709942996968
Telescope Type: Achromatic Refractor
Aperture (in.): 3.5 inches
Aperture (mm): 90 mm
Focal Ratio: 6.7
Focal Length: 600 mm
Limiting Visual Magnitude: 12.4
Focuser Type: Rack and Pinion
Focuser Size: 1.25 inch
Finder: Unit power red dot

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Meade Infinity 90mm Altazimuth Refractor comes complete with everything you need to view the wonders of the night sky the first time out. This is primarily a beginner telescope for children, but adults will love it too. This telescope will reveal craters on the moon, bands on the planet Jupiter, and the rings of Saturn. No-one ever forgets their first view of the rings of Saturn! You get all of this, right out of the box, with an amazing price.

This Refracting, Altazimuth mounted telescope features slow motion controls on both axes of motion. You can point the telescope quickly by moving ot with the handle, then center objects in the eyepiece and track them using the slow motion controls.

The three included eyepieces result in: Low 23X, Medium 67X and high 95X powers. Use the low power eyepiece to find your target, them increase the magnification to medium or high power if needed. Some larger objects, especially the Andromeda galaxy, require low magnification just to fit in the eyepiece.

Features

  • 90mm (3.5”) Refracting Telescope delivers bright and detailed images that is perfect for viewing both land and celestial objects
  • Precision Altazimuth mount with slow motion controls that makes it easy to track celestial objects as they move across the night sky
  • Red dot finder aid in quickly locating objects with both eyes open
  • Comes with 3 eyepieces that provide low, medium and high powered magnification for viewing a wide range of objects (Moon, planets, or land

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