Skywatcher Explorer 130M (EQ2) Motorised Newtonian Reflector Telescope

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Sky-Watcher Explorer-130M (EQ2) Motorised Newtonian Reflector Telescope

Sky-Watcher Explorer-130M (EQ2) 130mm (5.1") f/900 Motorised Newtonian Reflector Telescope.

The Sky-Watcher EXPLORER range are standard Newtonian reflectors of excellent quality and versatility, ranging in aperture from a respectable 130mm to an incredible light-gulping 300mm aperture, catering for astronomers of all levels.

Whether your interest is Deep-Sky, the Moon and Planets, or a combination of both, the EXPLORER range offers excellent all round Diffraction-Limited performance.

Tube material : Aluminium.

Sky-Watcher Explorer-130M Features:

Magnifications (with optics supplied): x36, x72, x90, x180

Highest Practical Power (Potential): x260

Diameter of Primary Mirror: 130mm

Telescope Focal Length: 900mm (f/6.92)

Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm

x2 Barlow Lens

Red Dot Finder

EQ2 Equatorial Mount

R.A. Motor Drive (D.C.) with Multi-Speed Handset

Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray

30% more Light Gathering than 114mm

EQ2 Equatorial Mount:

The EQ2 Equatorial Mount is suited to both beginners and experienced astronomers.

It offers very good stability and the tall, fully adjustable aluminium tripod with large accessory tray is a real plus.

This mount features 360º slow-motion tracking gears on both the right ascension and declination axes with flexible controls.

Dual metal setting circles allow location of objects by their R.A. and DEC. coordinates.

A separate latitude adjustment aids in polar alignment.

An optional D.C. Motor Drive can be installed to the R.A. axis for auto-tracking purposes.

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