Explore Scientific Bresser Comet Edition 102mm Telescope Set
New from Explore Scientific is the Bresser AR102S - Comet Edition telescope and binocular package. This sleek, rich field 102mm f/4.5 Doublet Refractor with its 20mm 70º series Eyepiece produces a spectacular 3º true field of view, perfect for viewing details in comets, large diffuse nebulae, the Andromeda Galaxy, and star fields in the Milky Way.
Accepts both 1.25" and 2" eyepieces, the telescope with its 2" focuser also has a unique collimation system that adjusts a built-in diagonal to produce breathtaking wide field views. Also included is a superior pair of Wide Angle 7x50 Binoculars with long eye-relief eyepiece. You'll get the ultimate deep sky experience with equipment that can be taken anywhere.
Ultra portable, the telescope on its sturdy and smooth altazimuth mount, adjustable metal tripod, and Wide Angle 7x50 Binoculars tucks away neatly in its own backpack, perfect for land and sky, and observing at a moment's notice.
- Additional Information
SKU ES-BR-AR102S-00 UPC Code 812257014026 Manufacturer Explore Scientific Telescope Series Explore Comet Hunter Optical Design Refractor - Achromatic Mount Type Alt-Azimuth - Manual Warranty Lifetime Warranty Telescope Aperture 4" Telescope Focal Length 459mm Telescope Focal Ratio f/4.5 Optical Coatings Not Provided by Manufacturer Tube Color or Finish Gloss White OTA Mount Type Not Provided by Manufacturer Eyepiece(s) Included 20mm Bresser 70º Case Included? Yes Tripod Type Included Adjustable with Steel Legs
- Included Items
- Explore Scientific Bresser AR102S Refractor
- 20mm 70º Bresser Eyepiece
- 7x50 Wide Angle Bresser Binoculars
- Altazimuth Mount w/ Steel Tripod
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsI notice this scope does not have a finder scope with it. Is a finder scope available to be mounted to the tube. What do you suggest?Question by: George Larner on Apr 17, 2016 9:22:00 AMThis telescope is designed to have a field of view so wide that a finderscope is not really needed. At 450mm, the included 20mm, 70 degree AFOV eyepiece has a magnification of 22.5x and a FOV of 3.1 degrees. Most finderscopes have fields of around 5 degrees, so the manufacturer decided that one was not necessary. You could add a Telrad or Rigel Quickfinder if you wanted to do so.Answer by: Chris Hendren (Admin) on Apr 18, 2016 5:31:00 PMIf it is all packed up and on my back, how much does the Bresser Comet Edition 102mm Telescope Set weigh?Question by: David Keys on Feb 28, 2016 4:55:00 AM
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