SkyWatcher Star Explorer 102/1300 Maksutov Telescope
SkyWatcher Maksutov-Cassegrain Telescope is designed to be compact and portable, if your working space are limited or travel frequently, this SkyWatcher 102mm Maksutov Telescope is the ideal choice for you.
Despite their small dimensions, this SkyWatcher Telescopes didn't compromise on their powerful performance. Come in 102mm fully multi-coated aperture, this Sky-Watcher is able to deliver high-resolution and high contrast images.
Whether your requirement is for terrestrial or astronomical use, this Sky-Watcher Compact Telescope is your perfect companion and ultimate take-anywhere telescopes.
strong>SkyWatcher 102/1300 AZGT Reflector Telescope is well known for its quality parabolic optical system. This particular scope offers competitive optics and minimal central obstruction. Not only do you see more, you can be ensured of finer and brighter visuals. This Skywatcher Reflector Telescope is suitable for anyone starting out in Deep-Sky Observation and Astrophotography. However the seasoned sky viewer can also appreciate the large aperture in the scope, and the superior images this scope offers (minus a hefty price tag!).
The SkyWatcher 102/1300 AZGT Reflector Telescope mounts on a sturdy auto-tracking Alt-Azimuth mount. It has a built-in dual-axis multi speed motor that is ideal for Astronomical and Terrestrial applications. The GOTO on the mount can automatically track astronomical objects when you follow a few setup procedures. With superior optics, finely-tuned specifications and a sturdy base, this scope is a joy to use, be it casual sky viewing or deep sky observations.
AZ GOTO Mount Features:
SynScan Database with 42,900+ Objects
Two Star or Brightest Star Alignment
Pointing Accuracy Enhancement Feature
Unknown Object Identification Feature
Pointing Accuracy up to 10 arc min
Tracking Rates: Sidereal, Lunar, Solar
Slewing Speeds: 1x, 2x, 16x, 32x, 64x, 128x, 400x, 500x, 600x, 800x
Tracking Mode: Dual Axis Tracking
Motor Type: DC Servo Motors
Resolution: 0.8923 arc sec or 1,452,425 steps/rev
*Please note, the image through all finder scopes will be upside down.