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Refractor. Aperture: 80mm Focal length: 400mm

Refractor
Optical design
80
Aperture – the diameter of the light-collecting lens (refractors and catadioptric) or mirror (reflectors) that the telescope uses to collect light
400
Focal length – the distance from the primary lens or mirror to the point at which the light is focused
Availability

Product ID 77869
Brand Discovery
Warranty 10 years
EAN 5905555013794
Package size (LxWxH) 66x26x14 cm
Shipping Weight 4.185 kg
Description

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Discovery Channel informs, entertains and inspires its audiences around the globe about the world in all its wonder, diversity and amazement. Offering millions of people the chance to discover, and satisfy their curiosity, Discovery offers a compelling mix of stories across genres including science and technology, exploration, adventure, history and in depth behind-the-scenes glimpses at the people, places and organisations that shape and share the world we live in.

We proudly present the Discovery optics series that is produced by Levenhuk and endorsed by Discovery.


Levenhuk Discovery Sky Trip ST80 Telescope with book is everything that an aspiring astronomer is dreaming of. A compact telescope-refractor is perfect for your first experience with outer space, out-of-town trips, and even for entry-level astrophotography. The interesting knowledge book "Space. Non-Empty Emptiness" contains all of the basic theory you need to know about stargazing. The device is great for lunar, planetary, and terrestrial observations. Bright deep sky objects such as nebulae and distant galaxies are easily visible. The best telescope in its series: a maximum of 160x magnification.

The Levenhuk Discovery Sky Trip ST80 is easy to operate as a telescope tube is mounted on a simple alt-azimuthal mount for azimuth and elevation movements. The telescope comes with many optical accessories: a Barlow lens, eyepieces, a finderscope, and a diagonal prism. There is an adapter for a smartphone for taking photos and videos. You can explore the possibilities of your first telescope by adjusting the settings to observe various celestial bodies, record your results, and share them with your friends. A small built-in compass makes it easier to navigate on land.

The benefit of the telescope is a small-size tube. In comparison to other refractors, the optical tube is half as long as many others. In addition, the telescope is simple and quick to set up. This makes it ideal for road trips, weekend trips to the countryside, and out-of-town festivals for astrophotographers. The device and accessories are conveniently stored in a bag, so the device can be transported safely. The height-adjustable secure tripod, made of aluminum and is equipped with an accessory tray, easily adjusts to the height of an observer.

Key features:

  • The most powerful refractor in the Levenhuk Discovery Sky Trip series
  • Compact optical tube with a built-in compass
  • For observing space at night and terrestrial objects during the day
  • Easy to use; alt-azimuth mount
  • Everything you need for colorful photos: fully coated optics and an adapter for a smartphone
  • The set of multiple accessories and the illustrated knowledge book

The kit includes:

  • Telescope optical tube
  • Alt-azimuth mount
  • Aluminum tripod with an accessory tray
  • Optical finderscope 5x20
  • Eyepiece: K9mm, 1.25"
  • Eyepiece: K25mm, 1.25"
  • Diagonal prism
  • 3x Barlow lens
  • Adapter for a smartphone
  • Transportation bag
  • The "Space. Non-Empty Emptiness" knowledge book
  • User manual and warranty card
Specifications
Product ID 77869
Brand Discovery
Warranty 10 years
EAN 5905555013794
Package size (LxWxH) 66x26x14 cm
Shipping Weight 4.185 kg
Optical design refractor
Optics material optical glass
Optics coating fully multi-coated
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm 80
Focal length, mm 400
Highest practical power, x 160
Aperture ratio f/5
Limiting stellar magnitude 11.62
Eyepieces K9mm (44x), K25mm (16x)
Eyepiece barrel diameter, in 1.25
Barlow lens 3x
Finderscope optical, 5х20
Tripod aluminum
Tripod height (adjustable), mm 560–1200
Accessory tray
Telescope control manual
Mount alt-azimuth
Additional built-in liquid compass (located on the optical tube)
Optical tube material aluminum
User level beginners
Assembly and installation difficulty level extremely simple
Observed object planets of the Solar System, terrestrial objects
Pouch/case/bag in set bag
Extended kit
Video
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Telescope accessory installation diagrams (.pdf) (13.12.2019)
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Levenhuk Telescope Assembly Guide (14.12.2019)
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A quick guide for novice astronomers (16.12.2019)
This short guide will help you avoid typical mistakes and learn more about telescope and mounting types
A telescope: how to start observing (16.12.2019)
The basics of astronomical observations for beginners
Frequently Asked Questions – Telescopes (20.04.2020)
In this article we have gathered answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about telescopes
First Steps in Astronomy Made Easy! (18.05.2020)
You can actually perform observations from your balcony!
Beginner’s Short Guide to Telescopes (18.05.2020)
All about telescope sizes, types, magnification, and mounts
How to use a telescope (18.05.2020)
Learn how to set up and use the telescope properly
Astronomical observations in the city (18.05.2020)
Astronomy in light-polluted skies. Find out what you can observe in the city
Telescopes for children (19.05.2020)
Read an interesting comprehensive article on telescopes for little astronomers
Things you can see with a telescope based on its aperture (19.05.2020)
Celestial objects you can observe with telescopes of different apertures
What can you see with a telescope (19.05.2020)
Colored and vivid images of galaxies, planets and star clusters entrance everyone who is fascinated by boundless space
What is a refracting telescope? (20.05.2020)
Find an interesting review on the history of the changes to a refracting telescope
How to choose a telescope (20.05.2020)
To make the process of choosing a telescope easier, we will tell you about the characteristics of the most popular types of telescopes today
A short guide to refractor telescopes: choose your equipment wisely (20.05.2020)
Learn everything you need to know about refractor telescopes to make the right choice
How to make science fans of all ages happy this holiday season: Discovery and Levenhuk update the Xmas gift list (25.04.2023)

Having thought of you and your loved ones, Levenhuk and Discovery have rounded up several desirable gifts for this Christmas

Levenhuk Discovery optical equipment reviews (26.04.2023)

Playlist with reviews of telescopes, binoculars, monoculars, microscopes, planetaria, meteorological stations and other Levenhuk Discovery optical equipment

From the microworld to the infinite Universe: The Discovery Channel and Levenhuk are pushing the boundaries of knowledge (25.05.2023)

Eager to learn and explore everything around you? If so, consider treating yourself with new optical instruments to get one step closer to the myriad of unexplored wonders of nature that are all around us every day.

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