♦ Aperture 70 mm - focal length 900 mm - focal ratio f/12.85
♦ 36% more light than a 60 mm telescope
♦ Very clear image, high in contrast
♦ Achromatic 2-element object lens, coated
♦ Valuable equatorial mount EQ3-1 with height-adjustable aluminium tripod - the mount is very stable.
♦ Complete supply - ready for service under the starry sky - with many accessories - easy assembly within a few minutes
♦ 1.25" focuser for professional accessories and photo adapters for astrophotography
♦ Motor for compensating of the earth´s rotation optionally available
The classical refractor with its fully coated objective provides a clear and well contrasted image. It makes your first astronomical observations a success. The telescope is quickly set up and handling is very easy. Of course, an easy to understand manual is supplied. The telescope is suitable for all stargazers of age 7+ and offers joy in astronomy right from the beginning.
The TS Optics 70/900 mm refractor is a very fine telescope for beginners. It ensures a successful start into stargazing.
Craters and ridges can be seen easily. Watch the sun rise in the craters while more and more detail becomes visible!
Observe the phases of Venus or the rings of Saturn. On Jupiter you can see many details including the atmospheric bands and the Galilean moons. Under good conditions you can see the great red spot - a huge hurricane at least twice the size of our home planet!
Stars, galaxies and nebulae
Hundreds of celestial objects are within reach of this telescope. Compared with the naked eye, the telescope collects almost 140x as much light! Hundreds of nebulae, star clusters and galaxies are within reach of the JUPITER telescope.
Point, for example, the instrument to a remarkable cloud in the milky way close to the constellation Aquila. Look through the telescope at low magnification, and suddenly the diffuse cloud turns into a sea of stars, with a nebulous spot in the middle of the field. Now use a higher magnification and the watch the spot turning into a pretty star cluster within the ocean of stars of the milky way.
You can also use this telescope as a powerful spotting scope for viewing planetside objects such as birds, ships and mountains. The telescope offers a very good image sharpness for planetary observing, the erecting eyepiece gives the right orientation.
|Type of build||Achromat|
|Focal length (mm)||900|
|Aperture ratio (f/)||12,9|
|Limit value (mag)||11|
|Light gathering capacity||100|
|Max. useful magnification||140|
|Tube construction||Full tube|
|Type of build||Gear rack|
|Connection ( to eyepiece)||1,25"|
|Type of build||EQ-3-1|
|Max. tripod height (cm)||130|
|1.25'' eyepieces||PL 25mm, PL 6,5mm|
|Deviating optics||1.25", 90° star diagonal|
Area of application
|Moon & Planets||yes|
|Nebulae & galaxies||yes|