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  • National Geographic 114/900 AZ telescope

    Garantija 2 gadi

    This reflecting telescope shows not only the big planets, but also bright deep-sky objects when you are observing under dark skies. Fully equipped, and with a mount that is easy to use, this telescope is ideal for a beginner that has no astronomical knowledge, but wants to immerse him or herself in space. Explore the moons and cloud bands of Jupiter or the majestic rings of Saturn, or find other galaxies, star clusters and nebula on a moonless night.
    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 refractor (lens) telescopes for landscape and nature observing.


    • reflector telescope for beginners
    • observation of the planets and bright deep sky objects
    • altazimuth mount


    • telescop
    • altazimuth mount with tripod
    • eyepieces (4 mm, 9 mm, 25 mm)
    • finder scope 6x30
    • erecting lens 1,5x
    • Barlow lens 3x
    Type: Reflector
    Type of build: Newton
    Aperture (mm): 114
    Aperture ratio: 7,9
    Focal length (mm): 900
    Focal ratio: F/7,9
    Max. useful magnification: 228 x
    Light gathering capacity: 270 x
    Resolving capacity: 1,01
    Limiting stellar magnitude (mag): 12,1
    Focuser: 1,25" Gear rack
    Tube construction: Full tube
    Type: Azimuthal
    Type of build: AZ-1
    GoTo system: No
    Tracking: No
    Material: Aluminium
    Type : Tripod
    Colour Black
    Warranty: 2 years
    Included accessories
    Barlow lens: 3x
    1.25'' eyepieces: 25mm, 9mm, 4mm
    Finderscope: 6x30
    Erecting prism: Yes
    Recommended for:
    Children: Yes
    Beginners: Yes
    Intermediate: Yes
    Advanced: No
    Area of application
    Nature observation: Yes
    Moon & planets: Yes
    Nebula & galaxies Not recommended
    Astrophotography: Not recommended
    Sun: No (only with appropriate Sun filter)
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