Manufacturer: Celestron
Product number: CE822030

EUR 89,00


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Celestron Dobson Telescope N76/300 FirstScope - for beginner
The Celestron FirstScope is a Newtonian reflecting telescope of Dobsonian design. A reflecting telescope collects the light from celestial objects via a combination of specially curved mirrors and guides it into an eyepiece, where it is then further magnified. The large 76 mm diameter of the primary mirror of the FirstScope enables enough light to be collected for even observing some of the fainter objects in the night sky, such as galaxies and gas nebulae. The focal length is the distance traversed by the light within the telescope´s optical tube as it is reflected by the mirrors. Despite its compact design, the Celestron FirstScope 76 has an impressive 300 mm focal length.


What you can see already using the Firstscope 76:
This compact reflector shows you the crater-laden landscape on the moon, the phases of Venus, the Galileian moons orbiting around Jupiter with Jupiter´s famous cloud stripes in place as well. You can even see the ring of Saturn. Outside the solar system some wonders of the universe are visible, as double- and multiple stars, stellar clusters with hundreds of stars, nebular structures of forming stars or remnants of stellar explosions. Also on Earth you can see a lot, being able to get "near" to birds or sail boats at the horizon.

To aim for celestial or terrestrial targets:
The Dobsonian mount enables a horizontal slew over 360° and a vertical motion from horizon to the zenith. Hence every point in the sky can be reached, as well as objects on our Earth.

Where this scope can be used:
The telescope can be used anywhere, you just need a table or another raised horizontal plane. You just put it there and start to have joy with observing.



Telescope Type:Newtonian reflector
Mount:Dobsonian mount
Aperture:76 mm
Focal Length:300 mm
Focal Ratio:f/3.9
Focuser:1.25" Rack-and-pinion
Weight:2 kg
Celestron Firstsscope 76
Dobsonian Mount
2x 1.25" eyepieces 20 mm for 15times and 4 mm for 75times



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Reviews

Written by Tom Regnery
on 2021-04-06

"Um die ersten Beobachtungsschritte zu machen, brauchbar. Die Abbildung lässt bei genauerem Hinsehen zu wünschen übrig. Insbesodnere die starke Koma fällt auf. Einsteiger sollten vielleicht nicht gleich mit f/4 einsteigen. F/6 wäre hier deutlich gutmütiger, und der Tubus wäre nur 15 cm länger, nicht ganz so kompakt, aber für den Anfänger leichter zu händeln. Höherwertigere Okulare machen auch gleich einen deutlichen Unterschied. Als echtes ?Firstscope? sehe ich persönlich das Gerät nicht. "

Written by Szidonia Punzenberger
on 2017-10-30

"Meine Tochter hat große Freude mit ihrem neuen Teleskop."

Written by Peter Vollmer
on 2017-01-04

"War ein Geschenk für unseren Nachwuchs und kam sehr gut an. Bisherige Ergebnisse super.. nun warte wir auf den ersten klaren Abend und den Mond am Himmel"