The saxon 13065EQ2 Velocity Reflector Telescope is the scope intermediate astronomers want.
This telescope's 130mm primary mirror collects 30% more light than a 114mm scope, resulting in better resolution and clearer images. Views of the Moon's craters, Jupiter's moons and deep space objects is possible with this scope. The slow motion controls and German Equatorial mount helps with tracking sky objects, making sure it stays in your view for longer.
The saxon 13065EQ2 Velocity Reflector Telescope features the following:
- 130mm aperture
- 650mm focal length (F/5.0)
- 5.2" aluminised & overcoated mirror
- Smooth rack and pinion 1.25" focuser
- 6x30 finderscope
- Super eyepieces
- 1.5x erecting prism for terrestrial use
- German Equatorial EQ2 mount
- Aluminium tripod with accessory tray.
saxon 4mm/10mm/25mm 1.25’’ super Eyepiece
Featuring a 3-element design, these fully-coated eyepieces provide outstanding field correction and long eye-relief. Stray light is eliminated by the fold back rubber eyecups; standard with every Super eyepiece.
saxon 1.25" Erecting Eyepiece 1.5x (Short Focal Point)
It provides upright, correctly-oriented images for land observations. To use, simply insert this eyepiece into the focuser.
saxon 6x30 Finderscope with bracket
The 30mm aperture gives a brighter and sharper image, while 6x magnification lets you centre in on your targets while still providing a good field of view. Lock on to your targets with the cross-hair reticle and observe away.
saxon Single Axis Motor Drive EQ2
It compensates for the rotation of the earth so that you can focus on observing the stars and spend less time tracking them.
saxon EQ2 Mount with Tripod
saxon German Equatorial EQ2 mount with aluminium tripod & accessory tray and 3kg counterweight.
Star/ Moon Chart
The star chart shows the solar system of which earth is a member planet and the moon chart clearly shows the topography of the lunar surface.