Meade Polaris 114mm (4.5 Inch) German Equatorial Reflector Telescope

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  • Meade Polaris 114mm (4.5 Inch) German Equatorial Reflector Telescope

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    • Regular price $158.94
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    • Aperture: 114mm (4.5")
    • Focal Ratio: f/7.9
    • Focal Length: 900mm
    • Easy to use reflector on a dependable equatorial mount

    Meade Polaris 114mm (4.5 Inch) German Equatorial Reflector Telescope

    The Meade Polaris telescope is an excellent beginner's instrument, and is designed to observe objects in the sky. It can be your personal window to the universe allowing you to see bright galaxies, planets, stars and more.

    The Polaris comes complete with everything you need to view the wonders of the night sky the first time out. The featured stable equatorial mount with slow motion controls makes it easy to track celestial objects as they move across the night sky. The 3 included eyepieces provide low, medium and high powered magnification for viewing a wide range of objects (Moon, planets, or land) delivering bright and detailed images.

    AutoStar Suite Astronomer Edition Software on DVD software will help you learn the night sky. It displays more than 10,000 celestial objects including planets, stars, galaxies and nebulas. You can print out star charts and even plan your observing session. It operates on any Windows based PC.

    Additional Information

    Aperture114 mm (4.5")
    Focal Length900mm
    Focal Ratiof/7.9
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    • Optical tube
    • German equatorial mount
    • Stainless-steel tripod with accessory tray
    • Three 1.25” eyepieces: MA25mm, MA9mm, MA6.3mm
    • Red dot viewfinder with bracket
    • Slow-motion control cables
    • Bonus Autostar® Suite Astronomy planetarium DVD with over 10,000 celestial objects (Windows® PC only)

    Questions & Answers

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    • Do you have a list of eyepieces for Meade 114 EQ=AR D=114mm F=900mm f/8

      Any 1.25" eyepiece would work on this telescope. What it comes down to is what it is your wanting to look at. Please give us a call if you need help choosing the correct eyepiece.