The FirstScope Accessory Kit expands the capabilities of your FirstScope telescope to make it more enjoyable and easier to use, enhance your views of the night sky, and make it safer to transport wherever you go.
The AstroMaster Accessory Kit is designed to enhance the functionality and pleasure of using your Celestron telescope. This kit may also be used with many other telescope brands that accept 1.25” eyepieces and filters.
This useful accessory kit contains everything necessary to get started in visual astronomy at a fraction of the cost of purchasing the items individually and should be considered with every telescope purchase.
This small eyepiece case includes a useful set of accessories for the newcomer to astronomy. After having bought the telescope, people often don't have the right accessories to be equipped for all spotting situations. In many cases, beginners find it difficult to decide which are the eyepieces and filters they need.
Expand your telescope accessories with this cased 2" eyepiece set and use it to get into the fascinating world of deep sky observing. The three 2" eyepieces - 40mm, 32mm and 26mm in focal length - are perfect for observing extended astronomical objects at the right magnification.
The Hyperion design has has both a 31.7mm (1 1/4") and 50.8mm (2") barrel for fitting into either size focuser or diagonal. Both barrel sizes have a safety groove for safe use in your telescope. Complete with 4 Hyperions plus the hard case to eventually house them all.
The Hyperion design has has both a 31.7mm (1 1/4") and 50.8mm (2") barrel for fitting into either size focuser or diagonal. Both barrel sizes have a safety groove for safe use in your telescope. Complete with hard case to house all 7 hyperion eyepieces.
All Morpheus® wide-field eyepieces with 4.5 to 17.5 mm focal length form the perfect complement to your low magnification eyepieces. Even at highest magnification, each Morpheus® eyepiece does provide a larger field of view than what is claimed for by many eyepieces with over 80 degrees of apparent field of view