Orion 15mm Expanse Eyepiece - 1.25"

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  • Orion 15mm Expanse Eyepiece - 1.25"

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    Orion 15mm Expanse Eyepiece - 1.25"

    With their 66 deg apparent field of view, the Orion Expanse wide-field eyepieces will definitely turn up the Wow! factor in your deep-sky observing experiences! Imagine taking in objects like the Andromeda Galaxy, the Double Cluster, or the star clouds in Sagittarius in one sweep! With an Expanse in your focuser, you can!

    Expanse oculars have big eye lenses and great eye relief (13mm to 17mm). Eyeglass wearers can view the entire field without removing their glasses. All eyepiece elements are fully coated, with the outer lens multi-coated for additional light transmission. Each 1.25" aluminum barrel is threaded for filters and internally blackened to eliminate internal scattering. And their fold-down rubber eyeguards enhance contrast by blocking stray light.

    With Orion Expanse eyepieces you get a super wide field of view and superior optical performance. And check out the price. You also get a bargain!

    Orion Expanse Telescope Eyepiece Features

    • This 15mm telescope eyepiece offers a wide field of view and superior optical performance at a bargain price
    • Wide 66 deg apparent field of view lets you see more of the night sky through your telescope
    • Nice 13mm eye relief provides a comfortable view - no squinting required!
    • Delivers sharp images with good color correction and contrast
    • Aluminum eyepiece barrel is internally blackened to eliminate light scattering, and is threaded to accept 1.25" Orion filters
    Orion Product Number: 8922



    Dust Caps IncludedYes
    Eye Guard IncludedYes
    Eyepiece Apparent FOV66 degrees
    Eyepiece Eye Relief13mm
    Field Stop17mm
    Focal Length15mm
    Lens Elements & Groups5 elements
    ModelOrion Expanse
    Optical DesignWide Angle
    Warranty1 Year Warranty

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