Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube

Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube
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MPN: 4852190
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Test und Justage Bresser Messier MC-152 HEXAFOC Optischer Tubus

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Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube

As a rule, we do not have such good visibility conditions in our region - the ambient light (light pollution) and weather-related losses are the rule. Living in a city and watching from "balcony" is especially difficult. In the case of this device, the problems of so-called "seeing" are not so apparent due to the opening. A bigger one
Opening would have more difficulty delivering a calm picture. What use is more power through more opening, if the image blurs and the instrument can not show this performance? - Have I brought you to an important consideration? Then: Under the topic "advantages-disadvantages" - worth knowing for beginners and advanced -
on our home page smart, there is a lot of explanation!

This telescope lets you have a lot of success even under unfavorable conditions! A well-defined picture will bring you "closer to heaven". The best telescope is always where you look through the most and that gives you as often as possible beautiful experiences!

High Quality 152mm Mak Mirror Telescope (OTA Only)
Diameter: 152mm; Focal length: 1900mm; F12,5
Excellent focuser with 65mm diameter
Handle with integrated camera holder
Scope of delivery: optical tube MC-152/1900, accessories
50.8 to 31.7mm adapter + integrated T2 thread
6x30 finderscope with reticule eyepiece
Optimized viewfinder mount for easy viewing
Prism rail with stainless steel clamping surface (44mm universal dovetail for GP / EQ5 / LXD75)
26mm Super Plössl Eyepiece (31.7mm / 1.25 ")
BRESSER Messier MC-152 Hexafoc optical tube
The compact appearance distinguishes the MESSIER MC-150. The long focal length of the device allows relaxed planetary observations at high magnifications, the short length of the device makes it the ideal telescope for mobile use. The opening of 150mm already allows you to observe smaller nebulas in the vastness of space. Find the remains of a gigantic stellar explosion from the year 1054 in the constellation of Taurus or drive off the glowing filaments of the Great Orion Nebula. You can see the famous Feuerrad galaxy in the constellation Big Dipper or find the dumbbell nebula in the constellation Füchschen.

A Maksutov is just perfect for the moon and planets. If you live in a polluted area and you do not have the opportunity to move to darker areas, you should definitely include this system in your considerations. If you can not see enough deep sky objects anyway, a telescope for the moon and planets (sun ONLY with a suitable filter) is considered. Even in light polluted areas, these objects will always be a worthwhile destination due to their brightness. Although bright deep sky objects are possible, the main focus will be on the moon and planets.

Enjoy beautiful lunar and detailed planet observations (like the rings of Saturn, moon shadow games on Jupiter or its big red spot) and also interesting deep-sky excursions to brighter objects, such as the Orion Nebula, the open binary star cluster (h and chi) in the Perseus or even the galaxy groups M81, not to mention the star cluster in the Hercules M 13!

Together with the bright and high-contrast image, here are beautiful details. Of course, the field of view is slightly smaller than short-range devices, but I do not need it on the moon and planets. Since the longer focal length is advantageous because you do not need additional Barlow lens for higher magnifications. This is used at very high magnifications, if the visibility conditions (low air movement, good transparency of the sky ...) allow it. (Bear in mind that every movement of air is magnified.) Since the moon reflects enough light, it will be used primarily to observe the craters and surface structures of our satellite.

This telescope is just an optical tube, without mount and tripod.


Excellent focuser with 65mm diameter
optimized viewfinder mount for easy viewing
Handle for comfortable transport with integrated camera holder (photo thread screw)
Prism rail with stainless steel clamping surface (44mm universal dovetail for GP / EQ5 / LXD75)
T2 adapter for SLR cameras (optional T2 ring required)
50.8 to 31.7mm adapter with built-in T2 adapter (optional T2 ring required)
with brass ring clamp
optical tube
26mm Super Plössl Eyepiece (31.7mm / 1.25 ")
integrated 31.7 mm and T2 adapter
Adapter for 50.8 mm (2 ") eyepieces
Pipe clamps with prism rail with clamping surface made of stainless steel (44mm universal dovetail for GP / EQ5 / LXD75)
Handle and camera holder
6x30 finderscope

Technical specifications:


Deep-Sky observation
land monitoring
country Photography
observing the moon
planetary observations
moon Photography
target group
Product family catadioptric telescope
Optical design Maksutov-Cassegrain
Magnification of 73
Maximum recommended magnification 300
Catch mirror diameter 45 mm
Material front lens or correction plate BK-7
Lens diameter 152 mm
Focal length 1900 mm
Aperture ratio 12.5
Type of remuneration multi-layer remuneration
Finderscope 6 x 30 mm
Mount type optics without mount
Material tube aluminum
Focusing drive 2.5 "Hexafoc
Color white
Net weight optical tube (including accessories) 6.5 kg
Tube diameter 176 mm
Tube length 49 mm
Eyepiece plug-in diameter 31.7 mm
Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube
Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube
Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube
Bresser Messier MC-152 Hexafoc Optical Tube
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