Explore Scientific’s 80mm Triplet Apochromatic Refractor Takes You Where No Man Has Been Before

Amateur astronomers join the human journey to the beginning of space and time
One night exploring with time-machine-to-the-stars and you won’t want to come home

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Take a journey backward in space and time to a moment distant beyond your imagination

One small and compact package

Great engineering, timeless design and innovative ideas

Astronomy Products – Explore Scientific is one of the new boys on the eyepiece manufacturing block, with both wide field eyepieces and several fine telescopes perfect for young and old amateur star gazers looking for a usable and reliable time-machine-to-the-stars for their “Journey to the Beginning of Space and Time”.
 
Explore Scientific’s 3.15-inch (80mm) f/6 Triplet ED Apochromatic Refractor is built around a triple objective, features a 2-inch dual-speed Crayford focuser, a 8×50 correct-image finder scope, a 2-inch star diagonal with a 1 1/4-inch adapter, and a dovetail mounting plate for securing your time-machine-to-the-stars to many of the most popular alt-azimuth mounts being sold today. The perfect setup for your journey to the stars and one sure to provide you with endless views of space and time you’ll never forget.
 

Your spaceship to the stars is waiting at your local telescope shop

 
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A Moderately Priced Time Machine to the Stars is Available

A moderately priced telescope for the astronomer in need
Apochromatic refractors are in the price range of amateur astronomers

Astronomy Products

Astronomy telescopes are not all equal

Astronomy Products – Amateur astronomers during the past decade have had the opportunity to use moderately priced apochromatic refractors that just a few years ago were out of their price range. One of the finest 4-inch apochromatic refractors available for amateur astronomers, the 4.2-inch f/6.5 AT106LE from Astronomy Technologies combines outstanding optical performance thanks to a triple objective and engineering and design in tune with more expensive telescopes from a few years ago. Within the AT106LE, an FPL-53ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass element decreases false color, while a dual-speed 2″ Crayford focuser, retractable dew shade and aluminum storage case complete the ensemble of a top-shelf telescope, without the sticker shock buyers normally associate with apochromatic refractors.

A reasonably priced astronomy tool for the young astronomer

Read about NASA’s Messenger spacecraft and its mission to Mercury

Have you heard about the recent meteorite that exploded near the Ural Mountains

Read about the supernova astronomers are studying looking for a black hole they think was created during the explosion