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Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour Refractor Telescope - 800 x 70mm (789971)

Item # BU789971 (Part # 789971)
Bushnell Voyager Sky Tour Refractor Telescope - 800 x 70mm (789971)
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Bring the wonders of the night sky, straight to your backyard. The ultimate first telescope, our Voyager Sky Tour series gives amateur stargazers a pro-grade audio tour of the night sky while its Illuminated Smart Mount points the way.

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Bring the wonders of the night sky, straight to your backyard. The ultimate first telescope, our Voyager Sky Tour series gives amateur stargazers a pro-grade audio tour of the night sky. Its Illuminated Smart Mount points the way as the talking handset describes constellations and planets, and keeps you engaged with entertaining facts and mythology tidbits. Keeping pace is easy with the LED red dot finderscope. You're an instant expert with the Sky Tour series.

Features:

  • Versatile, talking manual "Go To" refractor telescopes that give an audio tour of the universe.
  • Discover constellations, mythology, amazing facts and planets
  • Electronic Sky Tour handset gives you a real-time audio tour of the night sky with adjustable volume and choice of language (English, French or Spanish)
  • Illuminated Smart Mount guides you to the objects highlighted by the handset with backlit LED display
  • LED electronic red dot finderscope for fast positioning
  • Large 1.25"/31.7 mm diameter eyepieces
  • Sturdy preassembled construction
  • The ultimate first telescope Note: Magnification is calculated magnification. Low power is recommended for most viewing conditions.

Specifications:

  • Magnifications: 64, 100
  • Specifications: 800mm x 70mm, Refractor
  • Mount: Illuminated Smart Mount
  • Length: 800mm
  • Eyepieces: 8mm, 12.5mm
  • Talking Handset: English

Optical System - Refractors
An optical system that utilizes a series of glass lenses to refract or bend the light from a distant object such that it can be focused to a point and magnified by an eyepiece. Popularized by Galileo in the 17th century, it is sometimes referred to as a Galilean refractor.

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