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The BRESSER Messier 6 inch Planetary Dobson is something very special. Despite its low price, it offers a variety of functions and quality, which you sometimes look for in the considerably more expensive devices in vain. With an aperture diameter of 150 mm and a focal length of 1200 mm of this high quality BRESSER newtonian optics, the observation of the moon, the planets and planetary nebulae is particularly well possible.  Craters and grooves of the moon as well as the fast changing shadows cast by the so-called terminator line are exciting observation targets. Saturn with its impressive ring, Jupiter with its bands of clouds and the movement of its easily visible moons, the crescent shape of Venus and the glowing red Mars are good examples of what this telescope can be used for. Because of the long basic focal length you can easily achieve the high magnifications required for this purpose with this telescope. You do not need expensive special eyepieces. In short, this is a telescope primarily for detailed observation. Nevertheless bright deep sky objects like the Orion Nebula or the galaxies Messier 81 and 82 etc. can be observed as well.

Also photography is no problem with this tube. Here is another strength of this telescope: if you want to take pictures, you can simply unscrew the altitude wheels from the tube and put them on a EQ mount with an optionally available dovetail rail - and nothing more stands in the way of astrophotography. The included eyepiece adapter has the common T2 connection thread (M42x0.75mm), to which almost every standard camera can be attached. Only the camera specific T2 adapter ring is additionally required. Of course, also common USB planetary cameras with 1.25 inch or 2 inch plug diameter can be used directly with this telescope.

With the original equipment you can observe immediately - an optical 6x30 viewfinder and a 25 mm SPL eyepiece are included. For those who want to transport the device as compact as possible, the new 6'' BRESSER Messier Planet Dobson makes it very easy - the rocker box can be disassembled in a few easy steps, because the parts are assembled with metal quick connectors. So a bulky rocker box quickly turns into a handy flat package of boards.


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    • Telescope for night and solar observation
    • High quality BRESSER Newton optics
    • Ideal telescope for planets, moon, double stars and planetary nebulae
    • Sun observation through the included sun filter possible
    • Mirror diameter: 150 mm
    • Focal length: 1200 mm
    • Aperture ratio: F/8
    • Stable and smooth 2 inch 50.8mm Rack and Pinion focuser
    • Main mirror made of special glass with low thermal expansion
    • Easy to move metal tube for balancing
    • Demountable rocker box with accessory tray
    • Tube mounting on altitude wheels using tube clamps
    • Use of the optics also on other mounts
    • Different sized adjustment and counter screws on the mirror cell
    • Viewing height at zenith: approx. 115cm (suitable for children and teenagers)
    • Tube weight: 8.3 kg
    • Basic weight: 7,8 kg
    • Total weight: 16,1 kg
    • Optical tube
    • Dobson Telescope Mount (disassembled for self assembly)
    • Aperture Solar Filter
    • Optical 6x30 viewfinder
    • 25mm SuperPlössl eyepiece (Ø 31.7 mm / 1.25 inch')
    • 1 Extension tube 25mm for 2 inch focuser
    • 1 Eyepiece adapter diameter 31.7 to 50.8 mm
    • 2 Tube clamps
    • 2 Altitude wheels
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