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Bresser Pollux 150/1400 (6 tum) reflektorteleskop

Bresser Pollux 150/1400 (6 tum) reflektorteleskop Bresser Pollux 150/1400 (6 tum) reflektorteleskop Bresser Pollux 150/1400 (6 tum) reflektorteleskop

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The 25% Rabat! Bresser Pollux 150/1400 reflector telescope on an EQ-2 mount is an excellent beginner's instrument, providing a great balance between portability and performance. Thanks to an integrated lens in the focuser the physical length of the tube is kept short, making Bresser Pollux a very portable, yet powerful choice of telescope. This system comes with a smartphone eyepiece holder bracket, which can be used to take simple lunar and planetary photos and videos with your camera phone.

The optical performance of the Bresser Pollux is very good, but this is only half of the equation when it comes to choosing a telescope. The second half of any telescopic system is the mount which provides support and assists in tracking celestial targets. Mechanically, the German equatorial mount provides a stable and smooth tracking platform for this telescope. The observer can easily swing the telescope's tube to target celestial objects and then use the slow motion RA control to track and keep the object in the eyepiece, with the minimum of fuss, via flexible manual control cables.

Top quality Barlow lens included FREE: (see top banner) A Barlow lens is a great accessory and doubles the focal length of instrument and allows much higher magnifications to be employed (target and seeing conditions permitting). Then standard eyepieces included provide magnifications of 56x and 140x but used with the 2x Barlow these magnifications are increased to 112x and 280x respectively. The Barlow we are including is superb quality and very versatile and can also provide intermediate magnifications of 84x and 210x by simply screwing the lens head of the Barlow (the black tip) directly to the filter thread on the nosepiece of the eyepiece.

The mount's tripod is a strong, yet lightweight, pressed aluminium design. The tripod legs can easily be folded and retracted to assist storage and transportation and an accessory tray provides handy 1.25" cutouts for storing eyepieces and accessories when not in use and also provides a brace to the tripod, making it much more stable when in use. The tripod can be set low so that observing in child and adult partnerships works well with child standing and adult sitting.

All Newtonian telescopes have their focuser on the side of the optical tube, giving a comfortable viewing position, while observing through an eyepiece - the Bresser Pollux is no exception to this. The user can also easily revolve the main telescope tube in the tube rings (which can be tightened and relaxed via quick-release knurled bolts), in order to easily vary the height and angle of the focuser, for observing in different parts of the sky.

What can you see with the Bresser Pollux 150?: Too much to describe here for sure! The ancient landscape of the Moon reveals an incredible labyrinth of rills, valleys and mountains, some of which are higher than any found on Earth, that cast shadows you can watch change from day to day. The detail revealed almost baffles the human eye and defies drawing. Even at low power the number of craters, formed by violent high-speed impacts, billions of years ago, are impossible to count. Increase the magnification you just see more and more craters! The planet Venus will show phases like our Moon from full disk to thin crescent. Mars at good observing times will show surface details at high power and it's white polar caps. Jupiter is unforgettable - at the best observing times, when our orbit brings us closer to Jupiter, a magnification of just 50x will reveal the disk the same size at the full Moon, showing details in the dusky cloud belts of the great gas giant. The four main Jovian moons can be seen as small disks at high power and they can be seen moving in their orbits in just 20 minutes. Saturn when the rings are open is a sight that should be on everyone's bucket list - looking like a pale golden eye. High powers will show details of the rings with the famous Cassini division being visible at times of opposition and good seeing. The Orion nebular, a gaseus star nursery, at low power will fill the eyepiece with tendrills and veils of condensing glowing gas. We could go on, but this telescope is a serious introduction to ameateur astronomy and it's large 150mm optics are capable of revealing some of the most amazing sights in the night sky.

Specifications:

Telescope diameter: 150mm (6")

Focal length: 1400mm

Focal ratio: F9.3

Resolving power in arc seconds: 0.77"

Maximum visual power: 300x

Accepts standard 1.25" (31.7mm) eyepieces and accessories.

Telescope mounting: EQ2, German equatorial design

Standard included eyepieces: PL-10mm (providing 140x magnification and 280x with free Barlow lens) and PL-25mm (providing 56x magnification and 112x with free Barlow lens)

Tube body: aluminium

Smartphone eyepiece camera bracket supplied (for use at user's own risk)

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