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Bresser Messier NT-203/1000 Hexafoc EXOS-2 GoTo Telescope

Newtonian telescope. Primary mirror diameter (aperture): 203mm. Focal length: 1000mm

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The Bresser Messier NT-203 with a parabolic main mirror enables observations that wouldn´t have been possible in this price range a few years ago. Through the use of modern manufacturing technology, one can follow the shadows of Jupiter´s moons on the planet itself. The depth of structure and detail on Jupiter´s surface is breath-taking. The Messier NT-203 doesn't however only score in planetary observation: Explore structures in far away galaxies and observe wisps of fog from the nebulae emission in the depth of the Milky Way. Using the Messier NT-203 you can explore the remains of exploded giant stars and the birthplace of new stars. This above-average devise can help you discover the real beauty of our universe!

Please note: Reflector telescopes with optical design Newton are very good for astronomical observing at the starry night sky. But these telescopes are not well usable for observing landscape and nature during daylight. Therefore we suggest Bresser refractor (lens) telescopes for landscape and nature observing.

Features:

  • Optical design: reflector telescope
  • Mirror diameter: 203mm / focal length: 1000mm / F/5
  • Maximum recommended magnification: 406x
  • Telescope for night and solar observing
  • Very high quality Hexafoc focuser with 2,5" free inner diameter
  • Diffraction limited optics with parabolic main mirror
  • 8x50 straight through viewfinder with reticle
  • Optimized finder socket for comfortable use
  • Cradle rings with handle and integrated piggyback camera holder (1/4 thread)
  • Smartphone adapter for celestial navigation included
  • Dovetail plate with stainless steel rail
  • 50,8mm (2) to 31,7mm (1,25) adapter with integrated T2 thread (T2-adapter ring for your camera is needed)

The kit includes:

  • Optical tube
  • 26mm Super Plössl eyepiece 31,7mm (1.25")
  • Integrated 31,7 mm and T2 adapter
  • Prism rail with stainless steel clamping surface
  • Adapter for 50.8 mm (2") eyepieces
  • 8x50 optical viewfinder
  • Rotatable star map
  • Aperture solar filter
  • Tube clamp with handle and camera holder
  • Smartphone adapter for celestial navigation
  • Adjustable polar finder scope with optional illumination
  • Astronomy PC software Stellarium (via download)
  • Equatorial EXOS 2 GOTO mount with stainless steel tripod and Startracker handcontroller
  • Stainless steel tube field tripod with accessory tray
  • 2 x 4.5 kg counterweight
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