Gskyer Telescope 600x90mm AZ Astronomical Refractor Telescope for Kids, Adults Astronomy, German Technology Scope




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Gskyer 90mm Astronomical Refracter Telescope

This 90x600mm refractor telescope can be a good observation of celestial bodies and terrestrial objects – best for viewing Lunar and Planetary. Featuring all coated glass optical components,our telescope provides clean, crisp views.

Telescope Specification 
– Aperture: 90mm(3.5in) 
– Focal Length: 600mm(23.62in) 
– Focal Ratio: F6.7 
– Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98in) 
– Magnification1: 24X 
– Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39in) 
– Magnification2: 60X 
– Eyepiece3: 5mm(0.196n) 
– Magnification3: 120X 
– Max Magnification: 360 
– Finderscope: 6*30 
– Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting BAK7 prism 
– Mount: AZ Altazimuth Mount 
– Optical coating: Multi Antireflection Green Film 
– Barlow lens: 3X 
– Resolution: ≤2.8 
– Angular Field of View: 1°36″ 
– Tuble connection: Hook Dovetail Plate 
– Tripod: 1.27inch stainless steel Tripod 
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Product Description
Gskyer Infinity have over 20 years Optical history,Use of Germany’s advanced technology, for different groups of people from different telescopes for science, astronomy, exploration, and tourism, etc.Gskyer’s value priced Powerseeker 90600AZ is an affordable entry high level telescope with some nice extras like a correct image prism and “The Sky” astronomy.