A telescope for a serious start in astronomy - a Newton's headlamp with an important diameter of 130 mm and excellent performance. The compact design and Dobson mounting allow you to take the telescope to virtually every trip to the darker sky, and the telescope's observability is both the Moon and planets of the Solar System, as well as distant clusters, nebulae and galaxies - not only the brightest ones, but hundreds of quite subtle objects! In addition, it is a very good telescope for observing airplanes at cruising altitudes.
In the set with a good quality telescope a collimator finder and two Kellner glasses.
It is worth noting that the optical tube is equipped with a standard rails (dovetail) and can be quickly detached from the assembly. It also allows the use of mounting with other tubes / telescopes and, for example, with binoculars (after fitting the binoculars with, for example, dovetail-L), and also with spotting scopes, cameras, etc.
In addition, the spectacle extractor is equipped with a T-2 thread (M42x0.75) - so that the connection of a DSLR at the focal point of the telescope is fast and requires only the appropriate T2 ring body.
• optical design: Newton's reflector
• Lens diameter: 130 mm
• focal length: 650 mm
• lighted: 1/5
• figure of the mirror: rotating paraboloid
• maximum useful magnification: 260x
• collimation: the luminaire allows full collimation of the system
• eyepiece: 1.25 ", sliding, with T2 thread
• tube length: 62.5 cm
• tube length: 16 cm
• assembly: Dobson's azimuth mount on Teflon washers with three legs
• height of a complex telescope: up to 71 cm (depending on the pitch of the tube)
• Base diameter: 31 cm
• weight: 6150 g
• Newton's N-130 telescope
• K25 glasses (26x magnification) and K10 (65x magnification)
• Red Dot Finder collimator