Made in Pakistan Astronomical telescope
An affordable Astronomical telescope is available in Karachi Pakistan best for the moon and planets. Newtonian astronomical telescope designed by Pakistan Science Club is now available for sale at a reasonable price. This telescope is very cheap as compared to other Sky-Watcher 6″ Traditional Dobsonian Telescope.
Astronomical telescope available in Karachi Pakistan for the moon and planets
Purchasing of Telescope in Pakistan is expensive and difficult so this made-in-Pakistan Astronomical Telescope is cheap and easily operable with its alt-azimuth Dobsonian-type mount. The telescope is also good for deep-sky observation. With a 6″ aperture, you have 78% more light-gathering power compared with a standard 4.5″ Newtonian. Objects are shown therefore brighter.
- High-quality optic mirror with 150 mm diameter and 750 mm focal length.
- 94% enhanced coating for a brighter image.
- A small secondary mirror improves image quality further.
- Precise 1.25″ focuser for comfortable focusing – ready for 1.25″ and T2 accessories.
- Metal Pipe Tube and adjustable mirror cells (spider)for perfect collimation and good images.
- Eyepiece: 1.25″ and 10mm Aspheric Telescope eyepiece and 20 mm
Note: Cash on Delivery is not available for this product 70% advance payment 30% on delivery If Available on backorder it will take 15 to 20 days to deliver. Contact for any query at 03410216150
Model # PSC150750
- 6″ aperture
- f/5 focal ratio
- 750mm focal length
- Efficient, highly reflective mirrors increase image brightness
- MDF Material
- ABS plastic material with a total length of 160mm and an effective extension of 65mm. Three screw holes are reserved for the installation site.
Eyepiece & Accessories
- 1.25″ diameter barrel
- 10mm yields 75x power (included)
- 23mm yields 38x power
- 4mm yields 187.5x power (Not included)
- 5X24 Single Cylinder Optical Finder Mirror with Bracket.
- Assembly Video Tutorial: Astronomical Telescope Model # PSC150750 Assembling and collimation
Telescope Price In Pakistan
The astronomical telescope price in Pakistan is very high because of the export of telescopes from China. There is no manufacturer in Pakistan to build an astronomical telescope locally. The Sky-Watcher 90mm, Dobsonian Telescope, Visionking, 70 mm Celestron reflector, Orion 4.5” Newtonian reflector, and Celestron Evolution 8 Inch can be found by a local seller who imports telescopes from outside the country but the cost of the telescope doubled due to taxes and customs duties. Some used telescopes can be also found on OLX but rates are very high
- The Sky-Watcher 90mm price in Pakistan is 95,000
- Visionking 60mm Lens 700mm Focal Length Telescope price in Pakistan: Rs 46000
- Dobsonian Telescope Price in Pakistan: 60,000+
- Sky-Watcher Flextube 200P $535.00 price in Pakistan: Rs 140000
WHAT YOU CAN OBSERVE WITH THE TELESCOPE.
The moon is one of the most gratifying objects in the firmament. Especially when the moon is waxing or waning, the craters on the line dividing the moon (the so-called terminator) appear particularly three-dimensional. A lunar eclipse can also be observed very well. You can observe how the shadow of the earth slowly sweeps over the moon and gradually covers individual craters. If it is viewed under a full moon, the excessively bright light can be perceived as annoying. For this reason, most telescopes come with a moon filter. You simply screw this into the eyepiece sleeve and then you have a darker image. The filter also increases the contrast.
ATTENTION!Under no circumstances should the filter be used to observe the sun – the moon filter could burst and the unfiltered sunlight hit the eye: risk of blindness !!
Since Mercury’s orbit is very close to the sun, it can only be observed shortly
after sunset or just before sunrise. It then appears as a cream-coloured halfsickle or sickle. Details cannot be seen on its surface.
Is surrounded by thick cloud cover. Thus, no surface details can be seen. The different phases of Venus can be observed very well (and are similar to
the moon). The sometimes very bright planet cannot be missed as an evening or morning star.
Mars appears as an orange disc in the telescope. With a little practice and
patience, you can see the polar ice caps on the surface, as well as lighter
and darker spots and stripes. If you observe it over a longer period of time
you can see changes in the size of the polar caps.
The most interesting thing about Saturn is its ring system. For example, you
can see how the inclination of the ring changes over the years. On closer
inspection, it is noticeable that the ring is divided into two parts. This “gap”
is known as the Cassini division. In the best case, four Saturn moons can also
Jupiter is always a worthwhile object in the firmament. It is rich in details,
such as the four Galilean moons Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. Their
movement around Jupiter can be followed, as can the passage of a moon
in front of the Jupiter disk. Eclipses of the moons by Jupiter and moon
shadows on Jupiter’s surface are no longer hidden from you. You can also
see the different thick bands of clouds on Jupiter and even the well-known
large, red spot on the surface, which represents a huge cyclone system.
Uranus, Neptune and Pluto
These are not worthwhile observation objects. Firstly, they are very difficult
to find because of their low brightness and secondly, no further details can
be seen through the telescope.
ATTENTION!We strongly recommend that observations of the sun should only be carried out by trained and experienced users and never without adequate eye protection. This applies to both the telescope and the finder scope. The best thing to do is to remove the finder scope from the tube; it is not required for solar observation. There is a risk of irreversible damage to the retina in the eye and even blindness!
To safely observe the sun, we recommend a special sun filter which absorbs 99.99% of the sunlight. We carry this film in A4 format. You create your own cardboard holder to fit your lens. You put this filter attachment in front of the lens and can thus observe safely.
Eyepiece filters for solar observation are not recommended due to the health risk. Due to the marked heat buildup, these can burst and the sunlight hits the eye unfiltered – risk of blindness
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