ExploreOne Aurora 114mm f/4 AZ Telescope (Blue/White)

BH #EX114MMAZA • MFR #88-10114
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ExploreOne Aurora 114mm f/4 AZ Telescope (Blue/White)
Key Features
  • 114mm Newtonian Reflector
  • 500mm Focal Length, f/4 Focal Length
  • 9.7mm and 26mm Eyepieces
  • 1.25" Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
Explore One's blue and white Aurora 114mm f/4 AZ Telescope makes an ideal entry-level instrument, with a large-aperture primary mirror that is well-suited for making detailed observations of the Moon and planets; and bright deep-sky objects like star clusters, binary systems, and nebulae. Supporting the optical tube is a basic manual alt-azimuth mount outfitted with dual-axis control cables that make finding and tracking objects easier with reduced vibrations, and an adjustable-height stainless steel tripod. This observation kit comes complete with two eyepieces that provide a low 19x and moderate 51.5x magnifications; and an un-magnified red-dot finder to make locating objects easier and star-hopping navigation faster. This version of the Aurora is offered here with an eye-catching blue optical tube highlighted with white accents.
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$127.99

ExploreOne Aurora 114mm f/4 AZ Telescope (Blue/White)

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ExploreOne Aurora Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical Tube Assembly
  • 3Mount and Tripod
  • 4Included Accessories

Explore One's blue and white Aurora 114mm f/4 AZ Telescope makes an ideal entry-level instrument, with a large-aperture primary mirror that is well-suited for making detailed observations of the Moon and planets; and bright deep-sky objects like star clusters, binary systems, and nebulae. Supporting the optical tube is a basic manual alt-azimuth mount outfitted with dual-axis control cables that make finding and tracking objects easier with reduced vibrations, and an adjustable-height stainless steel tripod. This observation kit comes complete with two eyepieces that provide a low 19x and moderate 51.5x magnifications; and an un-magnified red-dot finder to make locating objects easier and star-hopping navigation faster. This version of the Aurora is offered here with an eye-catching blue optical tube highlighted with white accents.

Optical Tube Assembly

  • Large 114mm aperture to view the moon, planets, stars and clusters, and other bright deep space objects
  • Fast f/4.4 focal ratio
  • 500mm focal length
  • Newtonian reflector configuration
  • Sturdy and reliable rack-and-pinion focuser
  • 1.25" drawtube accepts the most common eyepieces and accessories

Mount and Tripod

    Mount:
  • Manual alt-azimuth
  • Altitude lock
  • Dual-axis control cables with large knobs makes it easy to adjust, even when wearing gloves
  • Cradle-ring assembly allows the optical tube be rotated for optimum eyepiece placement
    Tripod:
  • Stainless steel tripod
  • Adjustable-height to accommodate a variety of users and observing positions
  • Spiked feet provide improved stability on rough or soft ground
  • Center tray holds accessories such as eyepieces and filters

Included Accessories

    Eyepieces:
  • 1.25" diameter barrel
  • Accepts most 1.25" astronomical filters
  • 9.7mm eyepiece yields 51.5x power
  • 26mm eyepiece produces 19x magnification
    Finder:
  • Un-magnified view ensures faster alignment and easier star-hopping navigation
  • Simple red aiming dot won't obstruct small or dim objects
  • Adjustable brightness won't interfere with night-adjusted vision
  • Includes mounting bracket
UPC: 812257013623

ExploreOne Aurora Specs

Optical DesignNewtonian reflector
Aperture114 mm
Focal Length500mm
Focal Ratiof/4.4
Eyepiece Barrel Diameter1.25"
DiagonalNone
FinderscopeRed-dot
TripodStainless steel
Adjustable height
Mount TypeManual alt-azimuth
Power SourceNone
Optical Tube DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
Weight19.0 lb / 8.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.29 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)29 x 14.1 x 6.3"
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