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Explore Scientific 62 Degree 9mm Eyepiece - 1.25"

SKU : ES-EPWP6209LE-01

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  • 9 mm Waterproof Eyepiece
  • 62 Degree Apparent FOV
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
  • Flat-Field Multi-Elements
  • Argon-Purged

Product Details

  • Explore Scientific Waterproof Eyepieces - The Explore Scientific 62 Degree 9 mm Eyepiece in this Series of excellent flat-field multi-element oculars can transform your visual astronomy experience with Comfort, Quality, and Value. With an apparent field of view of 62 degrees and near par focal design, these eyepieces offer incredible value in a very nice eyepiece.

    Another great benefit of these eyepieces is the excellent contrast and ease with which you can gaze, not directly at an object, but slightly to either side. This skill, called using averted vision, is especially helpful when observing faint objects, because using averted vision puts the image on a part of your eye that is more sensitive to light, allowing you to see fainter images.


    OPT Product Number: ES-EPWP6209LE-01

  • specifications

    Eye Relief12.5mm
    Eye Relief12.6mm
    Field of View62 Degrees
    Focal Length9mm
    WarrantyLifetime Warranty
  • included items

    • 1.25" Eyepiece/ 9 mm, 62 Degree
    • Lifetime Warranty

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    JAMES D.
    United States United States

    A Fine Lens

    Explore Scientific makes really top-notch lenses if this 9mm is any indication. Although not a high end example, I was surprised by its heft and quality. Just what I wanted in an affordable 9mm, which is right at the edge of the focal range for my 8” SCT. Quickly became my go-to planetary lens.