Bresser Messier 90/500 EQ3 Telescope – Madeira Optics

Bresser Messier 90/500 EQ3 Telescope

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The Bresser Messier 90/500 EQ3 Telescope is an excellent instrument for beginners in astronomy. This achromatic refractor has a wide 90mm aperture that delivers 200 times more light than the naked eye! This model is suitable for observation of the solar system as well as star clusters of deep space. You will be able to explore details of Moon’s surface, the sickle of Venus, the rings of Saturn, millions of kilometers away, and even the Great Red Spot, a giant tornado in Jupiter’s atmosphere. With a short focal length of 500mm, this telescope is also perfect for travelers and wildlife watching enthusiasts.

High-quality optics give you sharp and bright images. The maximum magnification is 180x. The optical finder 6x30 helps to center the desired object in the field of view. The large kit of accessories allows for observations right out of the box.

The Bresser Messier 90/500 EQ3 telescope is mounted on a German equatorial EQ-3 mount. The tube clamps with a universal dovetail plate ensure reliable positioning of the tube. The mount offers very easy and precise manual tracking of the celestial objects. The kit includes Stellarium astro software and a rotatable star chart.

Features:

  • Compact achromatic refractor with wide field of view and short focal length
  • German equatorial EQ-3 mount
  • Magnification with included accessories: 20x180x
  • Tube clamps with universal Dovetail plate (for EXOS / LXD75 / Great Polaris / EQ5)
  • Astronomy software
  • Rotatable star chart
Brand Bresser GmbH, Germany
Warranty, years 10
Package size (LxWxH), cm 30.5x75x25.5
Shipping Weight, kg 9.9
Optical design refractor
Focal length, mm 500
Magnification, x 180
Eyepieces 26mm
Eyepiece barrel diameter, in 1.25
Finderscope optical, 6x30
Tripod aluminum
Telescope control manual
Mount equatorial
User level beginners, experienced users
Observed object planets of the Solar System and deep-sky objects