Mirror telescope with GP-Level dovetail plate for beginners and hobby astronomers Perfect for visual observing the moon, planets and bright star clusters and nebulars Optical design: Newtonian reflector / Aperture: 130mm / Focal length: 1000mm Length: 920mm / Diameter of tube: 165mm / Weight: 5 KG
Precisely made parabolic mirror, perfect suitable for visual observing and astrophotography • Perfect for beginners, but also a nice rich field scope for experienced astronomers and astrophotography. It will match perfect on Exos-1 (EQ4) and bigger mounts. • 6x30 straight through reticle • Cradle rings with handle and integrated piggyback camera holder (1/4 thread) • 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 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.
Ambitious beginners and advanced observers alike will see the brightest objects outside our solar system with the MESSIER NT-130S. Watch details in the Great Orion Nebula from the astonishing distance of 1500 light-years (14.200.000.000.000 km)! 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 with this telescope; scanning the lunar terminator is simply a pleasure. You will never give the MESSIER NT-130S away voluntarily.
The MESSIER NT-150 excells with high rigidity and tack-sharp optics. 150mm aperture enable you to observe bright nebulas in the depth of space. The rigidity of the mount provides relaxed observations and supports first steps into the subject of astrophotography.
The MESSIER NT-150 excells with high rigidity and tack-sharp optics. 150mm aperture enable you to observe bright nebulas in the depth of space. The high rigidity of the mount provides relaxed observations and supports first steps into the subject of astrophotography.