Explore Scientific FirstLight 127mm Mak-Cassegrain with Twilight-1 Mount

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ES-FLMC1271900MAZ01
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  • Explore Scientific FirstLight 127mm Mak-Cassegrain with Twilight-1 Mount

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    • Regular price $699.99
    • ITEM #
      ES-FLMC1271900MAZ01

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    • Great beginner telescope for observing the stars
    • Aperture: 127 mm (5-Inch)
    • Focal Ratio: f/15
    • Focal Length: 1900 mm
    • Optical Design: Maksutov-Cassegrain

     

    Explore Scientific FirstLight 127mm Mak-Cassegrain with Twilight-1 Mount

    The FirstLight 127 mm (5-Inch) Maksutov-Cassegrain White Tube with Twilight-1 Mount by Explore Scientific: 

    Whether you’re looking to delve into the details of our solar system or explore inspiring deep sky treasures, the versatile FirstLight series has an observing package that will fit your individual needs. Each of the combinations in this new line comes complete with all of the essentials - a telescope, a sturdy mount, an eyepiece and a red dot viewfinder.

    As an added benefit, this package includes an adapter that allows you to use your smartphone to easily capture and share the beauty unfolding in your eyepiece. With FirstLight, the only thing you need to provide is a desire to discover.

    OPT Product Number: ES-FLMC1271900MAZ01

    Additional Information

    Aperture127 mm (5")
    Focal Length1900 mm
    Focal Ratiof/15
    Free ShippingYes
    Magnification250x
    ManufacturerExplore Scientific
    Mount DesignAltitude Azimuth
    Mount SeriesTwilight 1
    Optical DesignMaksutov Cassegrain
    Telescope SeriesFirstLight
    • FirstLight MAK127 mm White Tube Maksutov-Cassegrain with 1900 mm focal length f/15 telescope
    • Twilight 1 Alt/Az mount
    • 1.25-inch 90-degree Diagonal
    • Plossl 25 mm eyepiece
    • Red-dot Finder
    • Smartphone Camera adapter

     

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