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Levenhuk Skyline BASE 120S Telescope

Levenhuk
Newtonian reflector. Aperture: 114mm. Focal length: 500mm
  • Category: Telescope
  • Product ID: 72852
  • Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
  • Warranty: lifetime
  • Shipping weight: 15.4 lb (7 kg)
  • Package size (LxWxH): 35.0×17.3×9.4 in (89×44×24 cm)
  • $249.95
  • Levenhuk
  Levenhuk Skyline BASE 120S is a classic Newtonian reflector, ideal for deep-sky observations. You can see nebulae, double stars, globular and open clusters, galaxies – all the Messier objects and some objects from the NGC catalog can be studied. You will be able to see the Moon and the planets of the solar system. The telescope is designed fo... more

Levenhuk Skyline BASE 120S is a classic Newtonian reflector, ideal for deep-sky observations. You can see nebulae, double stars, globular and open clusters, galaxies – all the Messier objects and some objects from the NGC catalog can be studied. You will be able to see the Moon and the planets of the solar system. The telescope is designed for beginner astronomers, i.e. it should not be difficult to use for those who have not previously dealt with any advanced optics.

The primary mirror, which is 114mm in diameter, transmits sharp, clear, and detailed images. The telescope comes with the accessories that are necessary for observation, namely two eyepieces: a short-focus eyepiece provides 125x magnification and a long-focus eyepiece provides 25x magnification. Another accessory is a finderscope with 5x magnification that is designed for precise pointing at astronomical objects.

This telescope is easy to operate. The optical tube is mounted on an alt-azimuth mount that allows for moving the optical tube like an ordinary spotting scope – upwards, downwards, to the left, to the right. The mount adjusts on a standard aluminum tripod, stable even on rough surfaces. You can install an accessory tray on a tripod.

Features:

  • Newtonian reflector with a 114mm primary mirror
  • You will be able to observe all Messier objects and some NGC objects
  • You can explore the Moon and the Solar system planets
  • Simple-to-operate alt-azimuth mount
  • Two eyepieces are already included in the kit

The kit includes:

  • Telescope optical tube
  • Alt-azimuth mount
  • Aluminum tripod with an accessory tray
  • 5x24 optical finder scope
  • SR4mm (125x) eyepiece
  • H20mm (25x) eyepiece
  • User manual and lifetime warranty

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Optical design

reflector

Objective lens

Newtonian

Primary mirror diameter (aperture), mm

114

Focal length, mm

500

Highest practical power, x

228

Focal ratio

f/4.4

Limiting stellar magnitude

12.38

Eyepieces

SR4mm (125x), H20mm (25x)

Eyepiece barrel diameter

1.25

Finderscope

optical, 5x24

Tripod

aluminum

Telescope control

manual

Mount

alt-azimuth AZ2

Additionally

accessory tray
simple assembly and setup
observed objects: deep-sky objects

Optical tube material

aluminum

Usage

General use product.
May be used by kids over 3 years old.

User level

beginner

Levenhuk Review:

Read a useful article "How to choose a telescope" here.

Find some interesting information on what you can see with a telescope here.

Here you can find a list of celestial objects you can see with this telescope.

Find out the names of the most interesting celestial objects to observe here and here.

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Levenhuk Skyline BASE 120S Telescope - Total: 1 Negative 0 Positive 1


david degryse (2019-01-27 12:03): Positive
Bonjour, le miroir primaire est il parabolique ou sphérique ? merci Levenhuk Customer Service:
Bonjour, le miroir sphérique est utilisé ici.

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