Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope (Black)

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Our biggest aperture SpaceProbe reflector telescope is the niftiest Newtonian reflector on an equatorial mount we've seen in a long time. The Orion SpaceProbe 130ST EQ Reflector Telescope is an action up from the standard SpaceProbe 130 EQ for the more severe start or intermediate stargazer who wants extra performance, particularly for targeting deep-sky objects. Just what's so nifty about the Orion SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope? The answer is best referred to as succinct. First, the brief. This ST, or Short Tube, version of the SpaceProbe 130 reflector is indeed more compact than the basic model. The 130ST reflector telescope's optical tube steps 24 inches long compared to 33 inches on the basic 130. The focal length of the ST's 130mm (5.1 inch) main mirror is 650mm (f/5), yielding a wider field of vision and brighter images for an offered telescope eyepiece focal length. That brings us to sweet. The 130mm aperture primary is a diffraction-limited parabolic mirror, the very same type used on much bigger reflector telescopes costing sometimes as much. On a short-focal-length design like this one, a parabolic mirror is a should for focusing inbound light to a point and providing sharp, detailed images. Additionally, the secondary mirror is kept in a sophisticated holder with thin 0.5 mm metal vanes, to reduce diffraction spikes and light loss. These functions integrated with the included 25mm (26x power) and 10mm (65x power) Sirius Plossl telescope eyepieces and quick-release 6×30 achromatic finder scope make this one sweet optical system for astronomy! The SpaceProbe 130ST EQ reflector telescope likewise consists of a collimation cap and center-marked primary mirror for easy optical positioning. The Orion SpaceProbe 130ST telescope comes on a durable and exact EQ-2 equatorial install with dual setting circles and slow-motion hand controls.

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