Orion 9024 AstroView 90mm Equatorial Refractor Telescope

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A powerful, high-quality refractor telescope at a jaw-dropping low price
90mm (3.5″) aperture and 910mm focal length for crisp views of deep-sky objects, the Moon, and planets
Included EQ-2 adjustable tripod and equatorial mount for manual slow-motion celestial tracking

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Product Description

A powerful, high-quality refractor telescope at a jaw-dropping low price
90mm (3.5″) aperture and 910mm focal length for crisp views of deep-sky objects, the Moon, and planets
Included EQ-2 adjustable tripod and equatorial mount for manual slow-motion celestial tracking
Includes two Sirius Plossl 1.25″ eyepieces (25mm and 10mm), 6×30 finder scope, smooth-adjusting 1.25″ rack & pinion focuser, 90-degree mirror diagonal for comfortable nighttime performance, Starry Night astronomy software, and more
Can also be used for pleasing daytime terrestrial viewing with a correct-image diagonal (correct-image diagonal sold separately)

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Binding

Electronics

Brand

Orion

EAN

0759270090241

EANList

0759270090241

Label

Orion

Manufacturer

Orion

Model

9024

MPN

9024

PackageDimensions

1120, hundredths-inches, 3730, hundredths-inches, 3215, hundredths-pounds, 1710, hundredths-inches

PackageQuantity
PartNumber

9024

ProductGroup

Photography

ProductTypeName

TELESCOPE

ProductTypeSubcategory

achromatic-refractor

Publisher

Orion

Studio

Orion

UPC

759270090241

UPCList

759270090241

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