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Nov082012

Einstein Steampunk Odyssey Telescope 

If you want to see the stars, get out of the city and get outside. If you still want a closer view, we hear some commercial spaceflights are still taking reservations for a few years down the road. In the meantime – and while keeping a little more cash in your pocket – you can get up closer and more personal with space by viewing it through the Einstein Steampunk Odyssey Telescope.

This telescope may not take you into orbit or let you experience gravity – but sometimes it’s just nice to keep your feet on solid ground while exploring the wonders of the universe. And the Einstein Steampunk Odyssey Telescope brings the moon, planets, and stars to you with up to 50x or 100x magnification using the included 12 mm and 6 mm eyepieces.

Easier to set up and use than a rocket, this telescope has a full-size adjustable tripod for convenient viewing. Its 3x fingerscope magnification for locating distant objects – instead of learning complicated spaceship controls to view space’s points of interest. And with a uniquely classic style, the Einstein Steampunk Odyssey Telescope ensures no one will question your dedication to the final frontier, even if you never quite make it into orbit.

Bring the wonders of space closer to your view with the Einstein Steampunk Odyssey Telescope.

Features:

  • Easy to set up and use, with all the features you need to get started
  • Magnify the moon, planets, stars, and more up to 100 times
  • Includes 6 mm and 12 mm eyepieces for 100x and 50x magnification
  • 60 mm objective lens and 600 mm focal length
  • Telescope features cross-handle focusing knobs
  • Full-size adjustable tripod for convenient viewing
  • 3x finderscope magnification for locating distant objects

Specs:

  • Color: Golden-brown with aluminum tripod
  • Telescope Barrel Dimensions: 25-5/8" x 2-3/4" (L x W, Approx.)
  • Tripod Length: Adjusts from 25" to 45-1/2" (Approx.)
  • Focal Length: 600 mm
  • Field of View: 1 degree
  • Finderscope: 3x magnification
  • Eyepieces: 6 mm (100x) and 12 mm (50x)

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