National Geographic 90/1250mm GoTo Cassegrain Telescope
The National Geographic 90/1250 is an automatic Cassegrain telescope with Maksutov-Cassegrain optics. This automatic telescope is suitable for beginning as well as slightly advanced astronomers. This telescope is developed by National Geographic, the famous American geographic society, in collaboration with Bresser.
The National Geographic telescope has a lens diameter of 90 mm and a focal lenght of 1250 mm. The moon and its craters, Saturn and Jupiter are just a few of the many objects you can see through this telescope. If you would like to start working with a GoTo-system this telescope is a great way to get started. This automatic GoTO-system, as well as the LED viewfinder, will help you to find specific celestial objects, like comets and planets.This telescope is equipped with an aluminum tripod, but can also be placed on a table.
When you chose this National Geographic 90/1250mm you will not only get the telescope, but also a set of accessories. In addition to the telescope two eyepieces (with a diameter of 12,5 and 25 mm), a moon filter, a star map and a user manual are included. You will also get a CD-rom with astronomy software to help you find your way in the night sky.
What's in the box?
- 1 x National Geographic 90/1250mm GoTo Cassegrain Telescope
- 1 x GoTo Handbox
- 1 x aluminium tripod
- 1 x compass
- 2 x eyepiece (12,5 and 25 millimeter)
- 1 x LED viewfinder
- 1 x moon filter
- 1 x star map
- 1 x user manual
- Astronomy software