Vega 90/600 Telescope
One of the most interesting models in the line is named after Vega, the first star after the Sun to be photographed by humans and one of the three brightest objects in the night sky above us. Vega was one of the first deep-sky objects we were able to determine the distance to. 14 thousand years ago, it was Vega that was the North Star and it will again become the centre of the stellar sphere in 12 thousand years.
The optics capabilities of the Praktica Vega 90/600 telescope make it possible to observe with maximum clarity all deep space objects from star clusters, nebulae, galaxies to supernova remnants. Of course, closer objects are also perfectly visible: lunar craters larger than 5 kilometres, Saturn's rings, Jupiter's satellites and much more.
- Optical system: Refractor
- Mount: Alt-azimuth
- Magnification: 24x-180x
- Focal length: 600mm
- Lens Diameter: 90mm
- Accessories included – 2 eyepieces: 25mm and 10mm, diagonal mirror, red dot finder, barlow lens 3x, tracker, solar filter, smartphone holder and adjustable steel tripod
- Ideal for – the study the moon, stars and planets, and landscape observations
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