49114500

Tasco Spacestation 114mm Reflector ST Telescope

Tasco Spacestation 114mm Reflector ST Telescope

Description

The Tasco Spacestation ST Telescope features a cosmically-inspired design to quickly find any object in the sky.

Features

  • Variable LED electronic Red Dot Finderscope
  • 500mm focal length and 114mm objective mirror
  • Comes partially pre-assembled
List Price
$193.95
Your Price
$131.75
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Put on your pressure suit and commence docking procedures, because we have a Spacestation powerful enough to take you to the moon and way, way beyond. See the stars like you've never seen before with a view from an all-new Tasco Spacestation telescope featuring a cosmically inspired new design. Its variable LED electronic Red Dot Finderscope takes you to visit your favorite constellation in a flash by quickly finding any object in the sky. Partially pre-assembled and super-sturdy, these Spacestations come ready for blast off, so let the countdown begin.

With an LED electronic red dot finderscope, 500mm focal length and 114mm objective mirror, the Spacestation 114ST is ideal for any astronomer.

Notable Specifications:
  • 114x 500mm Reflector ST
  • Mount: Single Fork Arm Altazimuth
  • Finderscope: Red Dot Starpointer
  • Focal Ratio: F/4.4
  • Eyepieces: 25mm (20x)/10mm (50x)/4mm (125x)
  • Tripod: Adjustable Aluminum
  • Weight (lbs./kg): 22.5/10.2
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Tasco Spacestation 114mm Reflector ST Telescope 49114500 Spacestation reflector ST telescope, 114mm
$131.75
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