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Need eye peice - Tasco 49070800 Spacestation(r) 70az Refractor Telescope (600 x 70mm)

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Measure the diameter of the diagonal. If it is 1.25 inches, you are in luck. There are many eyepiece vendors out there. (Astronomics, Agena Astro, Owl Astronomy- to name a few.) If your diagonal is .965inch diameter, the best answer is to get a .965 to 1.25 hybrid diagonal. >965 eyepieces are usually cheap junk. Your telescope came with a H25, H10 and SR4. Ok if you are living in 1641AD but terrible eyepieces for today. Note: your telescope diameter is 2.75inches (70mm) maximum magnification is about 137X. The most powerful eyepiece you can use is 5mm, and that is only on perfect nights.

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