Celestron Astromaster 130EQ + Bonus Aksesoris Senilai Rp 1.650.000,-
Promo Beli Celestron Astromaster 130EQ Bonus Aksesoris Senilai Rp 1.650.000,-
1. Eyepiece 4mm Rp 250.000,-
2. Adapter HP Rp 150.000,-
3. Tas Rp 400.000,-
4. Filter Matahari Rp 850.000,-
Designed for near and deep-sky observation with a fast focal ratio for astrophotography/imaging, Celestron’s AstroMaster 130EQ 130mm f/5 Reflector Telescope features a 650mm focal length and an oversized parabolic mirror that produce detailed images of the Moon, clear views of the planets, and the ability to resolve distant objects such as nebulae and galaxies.
The scope is outfitted with a 1.25 rack-and-pinion focuser and two eyepieces to get new users started: a 10mm that yields 65x power and a 20mm for a 32.5x magnification. The 20mm eyepiece integrates an erecting system to correct images horizontally and vertically to allow easy terrestrial use. An unmagnified red-dot finder is also included to help set-up, align and navigate easier.
The included manual equatorial mount features slow-motion control cables make it easy to track objects even when wearing gloves, while also minimizing vibrations caused by handling the mount with your hands; and clearly visible indicators on the Right Ascension and Declination axes. An adjustable-height aluminum tripod rounds out the rig with a tray for accessories such as eyepieces, filters, and lights.
The Celestron AstroMaster 130EQ produce bright, clear images of the Moon and planets. It is easy to see the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn with every one of these fine instruments.
Optical Design Newtonian Reflector
Aperture (mm) 130 mm (5.12 in)
Focal Length 650 mm (26 in)
Focal Ratio 5
Focal Length of Eyepiece 1 (mm) 20 mm (0.79 in)
Magnification of Eyepiece 1 33 x
Focal Length of Eyepiece 2 (mm) 10 mm (0.39 in)
Magnification of Eyepiece 2 65 x
Finderscope Built-on StarPointer
Mount Type CG-3 Equatorial
Tripod 1.25 steel tube legs
Highest Useful Magnification 307 x
Lowest Useful Magnification 19 x
Limiting Stellar Magnitude 13.1
Resolution (Rayleigh) 1.07 arc seconds
Resolution (Dawes) 0.89 arc seconds
Light Gathering Power (Compared to human eye) 345