Zoomion Voyager 76EQ – Your expressway to Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
Have you ever seen a storm on Jupiter’s surface? You can with the Voyager 76EQ telescope. Perhaps you don’t really know your way around the night sky? If not, then this telescope is a good way of getting started in astronomy as every beginner can master it in just a couple of hours.
The advantages in a nutshell:
– reflector telescope with 76mm aperture and 900mm focal length
– observe the Moon and planets in a wealth of detail
– provides 118X more light than the naked eye alone
– particularly stable due to robust EQ-2 mount with tripod
– 5X finder scope for easy location of astronomical objects
– 76mm telescope – simply go out into space
– The Zoomion Voyager 76EQ is a reflector telescope with a 76mm aperture. This means it collects 118 times more light than the human eye alone. Enjoy lunar craters, the polar caps on Mars or the cloud formations on Jupiter. This is an amazing performance as these objects are millions of kilometres away from us.
– 6 different magnifications
– One always uses different magnifications when observing astronomical objects. Accessories include three eyepieces and a Barlow lens. That means you will always have the right eyepiece at hand when you purchase a Voyager76.
– Stable mount with tripod
– The equatorial EQ-2 mount is an ultra-stable base for your telescope. Most telescopes from other manufacturers only use the smaller EQ-1 mounting. The extra stability of the Voyager76EQ telescope’s mount will therefore make your astronomy that much more enjoyable. While others are still struggling with their moun
Newtonian reflector telescope for beginners – for exploring the solar system, ideal for observing lunar craters and planets
EQ-2 mount with tripod – ultra-stable base for your telescope with lets you track any object even at high magnifications
Get started immediately – a large set of accessories with eyepieces is included
Standard 1.25″ focuser – can accept almost all standard accessories
Included – telescope, mount with slow motion elevation adjustment, tripod, 5X finder-scope, 3 eyepieces (20mm, 12.5mm, 4mm) and 2X Barlow lens