Explorer SW N 200/1000
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... de luxe series with precise Pyrex parabolic main mirror
|The "Black Line" telescopes by Skywatcher convince with very good mechanical parts and quality optics. We quarantee for a diffraction-limited system.
Observations with the 8" Newtonian:
200mm aperture already show nebulae and galaxies with structure. Even at higher magnifications in the deep-sky, the image remains relatively bright and contrasty.
The moderate focal ratio of f/5 allows using a small secondary mirror with 52mm minor axis resulting in 25% diametral obstruction. Magnifications up to ca. 400x are possible for great lunar and planetary observations.
|BKP2001OTA main characteristics:
-- Parabolic and diffraction-limited optical system
-- Mirror substrate similar to Pyrex
-- Thin spider vanes for more contrast
-- Max. useful magnification ca. 400x
-- Incl. 8x50 straight viewfinder
-- 2" ball-beared Crayford focuser
-- Connections: 2" , 1.25" and T2
-- Adjustable main- and secondary mirror
-- Clampshells with piggyback camera holder
Scope of delivery:
-- Optical tube assembly with clampshells
-- Straight-view 8x50 finder
-- 2" Crayford focuser with 1.25" and T2 Adapter
Picture on the left with optional angled viewfinder
-- Aperture: 200mm / Focal length: 1000mm / Photographic speed: f/5
-- Secondary mirror 52mm diameter (minor axis)
-- Limiting visual magnitude: 14m2
-- Resolution: 0.6"
-- Tube dimensions: 240mm diameter, 920mm length
-- Weight: 8.75kg