An educational instrument
recommended by experts
Ideal as a
A large, universal telescope with high observational potential. When
designing this instrument, key elements were kept in mind – the simplicity
of use and a powerful magnification. The main mirror with a diameter
of 76 mm and a focal length of 700 mm provide very good performance, which
in combination with high quality of lenses guarantees bright, clear
and contrasting images of stars, planets and the Moon. Telescope’s optics
enable to witness phases of Venus, rings of Saturn and registering the
transitioning of Jupiter’s moons.
Pulsar telescope is an excellent
piece of equipment for beginners and young explorers that would like to
discover the beauty of the Moon and the solar system on their own. An excellent
idea for a gift for a small scientist in the form of a high-quality educational
toy that will work out very well when used for fun.
Pulsar telescope is equipped with 3 exchangeable eyepieces and a 2x
Barlow lens that doubles the zoom range. The optic tube is situated on a
full-size tripod with AZ head that was designed with beginner observers in
mind. All that makes tracking objects in the sky exceptionally easy. The
additional scope with a reticle (finder) simplifies precision aiming.
With the telescope, you get everything you need to enter the fascinating world
of astronomy: sky maps, computer software, practical manuals or a
documentary. All materials are available on the website. You gain access after
scanning the QR code located on the leaflet included in the set.
The equipment features a professional Rack&Pinion
focuser adapted for using standard 1.25” accessories, which makes it
possible to easily expand the set with additional elements.
A special exchangeable contrast filter for Moon observation improves the
image quality during full moon, which makes it possible to notice fascinating
details – mountains, seas or dozens craters.
All Opticon telescopes are tested by specialists and
subject to a full 2-year manufacturer warranty.
Opticon Telescopes were featured on the first page
of an article in the prestigious LOGO magazine (no. 10/2011).