Explore Scientific 82 Degree 11mm Eyepiece Review

Explore Scientific 82 Degree 11mm Eyepiece Review

With 82-degrees of an AFOV, you can consider this eyepiece to be ultra-wide according to the unofficial industry standard accepted by the masses. With that under its belt and a reasonable price point for an upgrade, the Explore Scientific 82-degree eyepiece has a lot going

Explore Scientific 100 Degree 9mm Eyepiece Review

Explore Scientific 100 Degree 9mm Eyepiece Review

The Explore Scientific (ES) eyepiece is everything it says it is. Hyper-wide. Waterproof and fogproof. Comfortable. But is spending this much on a single eyepiece worth it? Only if you want to squeeze out the last 10% of telescope performance to obtain the absolute best

Explore Scientific 68 Degree 40mm Eyepiece Review

Explore Scientific 68 Degree 40mm Eyepiece Review

Are you looking for a long focal length eyepiece? Do you want to extend your field of view at the same time? Explore Scientific (ES) has a 68-degree series of eyepieces that offer just that. The 40mm eyepiece will complete your collection as the lowest

Baader Hyperion Aspheric 31mm Eyepiece Review

Baader Hyperion 31mm Eyepiece Review

The Baader Hyperion Aspheric 31mm eyepiece is a winning eyepiece for multiple reasons. If you want more out of your view without adding weight or cost, it sounds like you need to check this eyepiece out. It’s ready for attachment to 2” rigs, provides a

Tele Vue 10mm Delos Eyepiece Review

Tele Vue 10mm Delos Eyepiece Review

If you’ve always wanted a Tele Vue eyepiece for high-power viewing, the Delos series is worth considering. Designed to be a smaller and less expensive version of the Ethos line, the Delos gives Ethos-like performance in a more affordable package. Here’s what you need to

Tele Vue 13mm Ethos Eyepiece Review

Tele Vue 13mm Ethos Eyepiece Review

Do you have a fast telescope that you struggle to acquire decent views with? Do you have astigmatism and must wear your glasses while you observe? Do you want the best views you can possibly achieve with your telescope? You may be answering these questions

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