For the price-sensitive planetary observer the AR-127L is a dream machine. The combination of large aperture and long focal length provides tack-sharp high-contrast pictures that will impress you every time anew.
The BRESSER Messier MC-127 telescope excels with high rigidity and tack-sharp optics. The 127mm aperture enables you to observe small bright nebulas, globular clusters, the moon, planets and a lot more in the depth of space. The high rigidity of the EXOS-2 mount allows for relaxed observations and is helpful for those making their first attempts at astrophotography.
Due to the short focal length this telescope provides large and bright fields of view. The short tube and the rigid mount make this combination ideal for short easy viewing sessions, especially if the telescope has to be moved for observation.
The MESSIER NT-203 provides you with images that a few years ago were impossible in this price class. Modern production technology lets you track the shadows of Jupiter's moons on the planet; the amount of structure and details on the surface of the planet is breathtaking. But the MESSIER NT-203 is not only great for planetary work: Detect details in faint distant galaxies and let the glow of nebulae take you to a journey into the depth of the Milky Way.
Excellent for entering into the hobby of astronomy: 90mm aperture delivers 200 times more light than the naked eye. The rock solid EXOS-2 GoTo mount provides ridigity and support for visual use and for first steps into astrophotography.
The classical reflector telescope BRESSER Messier NT-130 with its 130 mm aperture offers 30% more light than other 114mm reflectors that are usually in this price range. The lightweight mount is easily transportable and the optics provide an image that is free of colour abberations. The EXOS-2 GoTo mount provides sturdy, vibration free movement and is perfect for visual while also great for starting out in astrophotography.
The telescope is perfect for observing the moon and the planets with high magnifications. The EXOS-2 GoTo mount provides automatic finding and guiding of the nightsky objects to make the observing as easy as possible.
The BRESSER Messier N-130 is compact and stands for a fast and simple use with its high optical performance. The BRESSER GoTo System enables beginners to start astronomical observations in just a few minutes, and guides you to objects that are hard to localize through a standard finder scope. Just push the button and the GoTo System will find planets, nebulae or galaxies for you and position your telescope automatically and precise.
Ambitious beginners and advanced observers alike will see the brightest objects outside our solar system with the BRESSER Messier AR-102s. The rock-solid mount provides relaxed views even at high magnifications; rigidity and usability are setting new standards in this price range. Due to the sophisticated mount you can even start taking pictures of the moon, planets or deep sky objects.
For the ambitious planetary observer the AR-152L is a dream machine. View tiny dots and structures in the cloud bands of Jupiter, small rims and craters on the surface of the moon and details on Mars, including the ice-covered polar regions of our neighbouring planet. Watch Jupiter's moons dance around the planet and detect the greenish glow of Uranus far beyond Saturns orbit. The combination of large aperture and long focal length provides tack-sharp high-contrast pictures that will impress you every time anew.