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Explore Scientific 16" Truss Tube Dobsonian- F/4.5

SKU : ES-DOB1645-00

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  • 406 mm (16-inch) Aperture for Extremely Detailed Views!
  • f/4.5 Focal Ratio for High Magnification.
  • Zero Backlash for Smoother Rotation.
  • Tension Control Handle for Easy Adjustment.
  • Excellent Visual Powerhouse at a Great Value!

Product Details

  • The Explore Scientific 16-inch Truss Tube Dobsonian is a great choice for beginners looking to take the next step into astronomy. Explore the Universe with our best telescope for beginners looking to turn their adventures into manual mode.

    Features of the Explore Scientific Truss Tube Dobsonian

    • Capture the core of star clusters and celestial objects with its highly reflective feature that corrects distortions in its field of view.
    • Dive deeper into the Universe with larger eyepieces. Your telescope comes with a 2-inch focuser to allow the use of larger, wide-field eyepieces.
    • Comfortably make fine adjustments to your telescope with the tension control handle. Your telescope has high-altitude bearings and quick temperature adjustments. Its steady mount provides low vibration from the wind or ground movement.
  • specifications

    Aperture406 mm (16")
    Focal Length1827 mm
    Focal Ratiof/4.5
    Optical DesignDobsonian
  • included items

    • 2-inch Focuser with Helical Gearing and 10:1 Reduction.
    • LED Red Dot Finder.
    • Collimation Assist Tool.
    • Soft Light Baffle.
    • Two Radial Main Mirror Fan for Fast Temperature Equilibrium.

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    16” makes a difference!

    What I have seen in the two times the clouds parted was amazing. I still need to learn how to use the coma corrector to take full advantage of the 100° FOV ES eyepieces.