Date Taken: 07/30/2013 Photographer:
Jack Kitchener Location: Laveen, Arizona
Orion AstroView 6 Equatorial Reflector Telescope
Orion AstroView Equatorial Telescope Mount
Canon 450D DSLR Processing: BackyardEOS,Registax AutoStakkert, Photoshop Other Equipment Used: Orion Shorty 1.25" 2x Barlow Lens, an Orion AccuFocus Electronic Telescope Focuser and an Orion EQ-3M Dual-Axis Mount Drive Notes: Also used a projection adapter, orion 25mm eyepiece.
Astro-images taken through a telescope on a tracking mount provide breathtaking color and detail that you just can't see with your eyes alone. The astro-images on our web site demonstrate the imaging capabilities of the products used and are not intended to represent what you will see when you look through a telescope.
The AstroView 6 is a great telescope for the intermediate viewer. The manual slow motion knobs track objects or add an optional EQ3 DC drive to the mount to power the scope electronically. A good size telescope for planetary and deep sky viewing.
The Orion AstroView Equatorial Telescope Mount is heavy-duty and can support up to a 5" refractor tube. The head has enclosed worm gears and slow-motion controls. Includes an adjustable aluminum tripod, polar alignment scope and accessory tray.
Attach the Orion EQ-3M Dual-Axis Electronic Telescope Drive to a compatible Orion or Celestron equatorial mount and you can track celestial objects automatically, without needing to touch the mount once you've found and centered the object.
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