The Bresser Solarix Telescope is the first 'all-in-one' Newtonian telescope package that enables you to observe the Sun with the supplied solar filter, or to observe the Moon, planets, and deep sky objects at night. More
Bresser Solarix-76 Telescope
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The Bresser Solarix Telescope is the first 'all-in-one' Newtonian telescope package that enables you to observe the Sun with the supplied solar filter, or to observe the Moon, planets, and deep sky objects at night.
Key Features: Bresser Solarix Telescope Package
Ready for solar, celestial, and daytime observing
CE-certified solar filter for safe solar observations
Complete accessories for immediate observations
Smartphone holder bracket for smartphone photography
Easy to use azimuth mount with tripod
Fast and easy set-up
The supplied solar filter was especially designed for this telescope and contains a special foil that protects the eye against all kinds of solar radiation during observations: infrared, ultraviolet, and visible light.
Only the safe part of the visible spectrum can pass the filter and this creates a wonderful solar image in the eyepiece. The solar filter is CE approved by an independent quality assurance company and has been given CE certification.
Included in your purchase
Optical tube assembly
Aluminium tripod with spreader bar and eyepiece holders
2 x eyepieces 31.7 mm (1.25"): SR-4 mm, H-20 mm
2x Barlow lens
Smartphone holder bracket
Astronomical software and downloadable moon chart
Caution: Observing the sun - even momentarily - through optics without the use of a solar filter is liable to cause permanent eye damage. To help prevent accidental exposure, Wex Photo Video recommends the following steps be taken:
Ensure that everyone participating in solar viewing is made aware of the hazard and does not directly look at the sun without using a solar filter.
Children should be closely supervised at all times.
Check the filter for flaws, scratches and damage prior to each use. Do not use it if it is compromised.
Remove the finder-scope from your telescope prior to solar viewing, in order to ensure that you do not accidently catch sight of the sun through it.
Ensure that the filter is securely fitted and will not fall or be knocked off during use. Be sure to check that it is firmly attached prior to each use.