Aiming scope It is used to easily direct the telescope to the object we want to observe.
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Telescopes can be supplied with an eyepiece focuser in two standards - 0.98" and 1.25". This information is important to determine the compatibility of the equipment with additional eyepieces, photographic adapters, etc.
The ratio of the focal length of an optical instrument to its diameter. It is a constant that determines the amount of light reaching the focal point of the main lens or mirror. In practice, the smaller the value of f, the better and more accurate the image we get.
Focal length [mm]
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Moon and its craters, Mars, Venus, Jupiter with its moons, constellationsDue to its characteristics, this telescope is best suited for detailed observations of the Moon's surface, observations of the closer planets and Jupiter with its moons, as well as any low-contrast space objects with a visual background.
Planets and moons