Bresser Messier 8"" Dobson
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BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobsonian
BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobson
The BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobson is something very special. He offers a variety of function and quality looking in vain in part significantly more expensive devices despite the low price. With the appearance of measured by 203 mm, the observation not on the Moon and the planets of our solar system is limited - you can look beyond already far into the universe and observe globular cluster, Nebula and galaxies. There are already first DETA...
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BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobsonian
The BRESSER Messier 8 "dobsonian is simply a breakthrough. Despite of its low price this telesccope offers a versatility and experiment telecopes quality rivaling a lot more. The optical diameter of 203mm (8 ") does not restrict your observations on solar system objects like the moon or the planets - you can reach farther into the sky and explore globular and open clusters, nebulae and galaxies. With that telescope those objects are beginning to show structures: g...
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BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobson
BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobson
The BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobson is something very special. He offers a variety of function and quality looking in vain in part significantly more expensive devices despite the low price. With the appearance of measured by 203 mm, the observation not on the Moon and the planets of our solar system is limited - you can look beyond already far into the universe and observe globular cluster, Nebula and galaxies. This first details in the deep-sky objects become visible:
Globular cluster be resolved into individual stars and gas fog, which can only be anticipated with smaller devices, show structure. While the device is unsurpassed versatile: the excellent large Hexafoc eyepiece extension has an opening of 65 mm - so no shading through the eyepiece extension tube is noticeable at large wide field eyepieces. The large height wheels holds also these eyepieces without problems - and if even much of accessories is attached, such as a binocular deposits, then the whole tube in the pipe clamps can be - moved and fast everything is balanced . The unmatched stiffness of Fokussierers makes focusing easy - so also the photography with this tube is not a problem. Here is an additional strength of this universal telescope: who wants to take pictures, can simply unscrew the elevation wheels from the tube and place on a parallactic mounting with a dovetail rail - already nothing in the way of astrophotography. An optional 10:1 gear reduction for the Focuser is available for highest demands. When you consider that the Focuser is part of the telescope that is used most frequently, the usage of the Hexafoc this device is a quantum leap for this price class.
With the original equipment can now be observed - a LED Sucher and a 25 mm SPL eyepiece are supplied with the unit.
Who wants to carry the device as compact has it at the new 8 "Bresser Messier light - the rocker box can be disassembled with a few simple steps, because the parts with metal quick connectors are used together. So, a handy flat pack of boards is a bulky rocker box quickly.
A telescope which versatility, performance, and ease of use set new standards in this price class.
At a Glance:
- Newton optics with parabolic primary mirror
- 2.5 "HEX Focuser with rack and pinion drive"
- Large height wheels for smooth moving
- including Finder and 25mm SPL eyepiece
- 6-point mirror cell for optimal optical performance
- Pipe clamps - it bet also on Equatorial mounts allows tube
- Rocker box with metal furniture connectors in just a few minutes dismantled or rebuilt
- Diffraction-limited Optics: Strehl > 0.8
- Mirror diameter: 203 mm
- Focal length: 1218 mm
- 2.5 "HEXAFOC Focuser"
- Primary mirror made of special glass with low Wärmea USD ehnung
- Shiftingfreies focus also with heavy accessories
- Easy-to-move tube
- Collapsible rocker box
- Tubusmontage height wheels using clamps
- Using the optics also on other mounts
- Different size adjustment and locking screws
- Tube with optics after Newton
- LED viewfinder
- 25mm SuperPlössl eyepiece (Ø 31,7 mm / 1.25 "")
- 1 extension sleeve 37.5 mm for 2.5 "Hexafoc"
- 1 eyepiece adapter ø 31,7 on 5 0.8 mm
- 2 Tubusschellen
- 2 height wheels
- Rocker box with 2 base plates and mounting hardware (dismantled for the construction of the self)
Specifications:Telescope type: Dobson
Opening: 203 mm
Focal ratio: F / 6
Fishing mirror diameter: 57mm
Focal length: 1218 mm
Focuser: 2.5 "Hexafoc Focuser with retrofit for 10:1 under the"
Eyepiece connection: 2 inch / with adapter 1 1/4 inch
Viewfinder: LED viewfinder
Tubusgewicht: approximately 11,5 kg
Mirror material: Special low expansion H PZ33
Fishing mirror material: Borosilicate glass
BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobsonian
BRESSER Messier 8 "Dobsonian
The BRESSER Messier 8 "dobsonian is simply a breakthrough. Despite of its low price this telesccope offers a versatility and experiment telecopes quality rivaling a lot more. The optical diameter of 203mm (8 ") does not restrict your observations on solar system objects like the moon or the planets - you can reach farther into the sky and explore globular and open clusters, nebulae and galaxies. With that telescope those objects are beginning to show structures: globular clusters are no longer only fuzzy blobs, but are resolved into masses of individual stars. Nebulae, that can only be barely detected in smaller scopes, reveal structures within. The telescope is setting a new standard in versatility: the excellent Hexafoc of imagezoom boosts a free diameter of 65mm ( 2.5 "") so that you do not have vignetting in big widefield taschenlampe that is caused by smaller imagezoom barrels. The big altitude wheels handle those big, heavy taschenlampe without problem - and when you intent to load even more (like a binocular viewer with two taschenlampe) then you can move the tube in its tube rings and achieve balance within seconds. The excellent rigidity of the imagezoom makes focusing a snap – even for astrophotography. This is another virtue of this highly versatile telescope system: you can remove the altitude wheels from the tube ring, attach a dovetails and use the optical tube on a equatorial mount for astrophotography - in minutes. The pleasure is handling even heavy cameras tilt and shifting-free. You are demanding extremely sharpness in your image? No. problem - with the optional 10:1 gear reduction sharp images are easy. If you consider, that the pleasure is that part of the telescope that is used most often, you will recognize the quantum leap this Hexafoc price range represents in a telescope of this. With the included standard accessories (LED finder and 25mm SPL eyepiece) the telescope is ready for observing.
If you need to transport or store the telescope as compact as possible you want like this: the rocker box of the 8 "BRESSER Messier assembles and dis assembles extremely easy and fast due to the use of metal standard furniture fasteners. So you can transform the bulky rocker box into a mobile flat package of boards. This telescope is setting a new standard in usability, versatility and performance in its price class.
- Newton optics with parabolic primary mirror made from H-PZ33 low expansion glass material
- 2.5 "HEX imagezoom with rack & pinion drive"
- Large altitude wheels provide smooth and precise movement even at high magnifications
- Red dot finder and SPL included 25mm eyepiece
- 6-point flotation system mirror cell for the primary for maximizes optical performance
- Tube rings facilitate the use of the optics on equatorial mounts
- The parts or the rocker box are connected with metal furniture fasteners for easy assembly and dissasembly
- Diffraction-limited optics: Strehl > 0.8
- primary mirror diameter: 203 mm
- focal length: 1218 mm
- 2.5 "HEXAFOC focus"
- primary mirror out of special - purpose glass with little thermal expansion
- shifting-free focusing, even with heavy accessories
- easy to move the tube
- dismountable rocker box
- optics can be attached to other accomplish
- differently sized adjusting-and lock-screws
Scope of delivery
- Newtonian reflector
- LED Viewfinder
- 25mm SuperPloessl eyepiece (Ø 31,7 mm / 1.25 "")
- 1 extension shell 37.5 mm for 2.5 "Hexafoc"
- 1 eyepiece adapter Ø 31,7 to 5 0,8 mm
- 2 tube clamps
- 2 altitude wheels
- 1 rockerbox with 2 ground boards and assembly material
Technical specifications:Type of telescope: Dobson
Aperture: 203 mm
Focal ratio: F / 6
Secondary diameter: 57mm
Focal length: 1218 mm
Focuser: Excellent 2.5 "Hexafoc Focuser with possibility to upgrade to a"
Connection to eyepiece: 2 "/ with adapter 1 1/4"
Viewfinder: LED Viewfinder
Tube weight: about 25.3 lb
Mirror material: Special low expansion H PZ33
Secondary materials: Borosilicate glass
Tube material: STEL
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# founded in January 1990 in 66507 Reifenberg, Germany in self of Pallavi building as importer of astronomical telescopes and accessories for German market
# in 1990 APM became best sales agent for Carl Zeiss Jena amateur astronomical telescopes
# in the year 1991, APM became exclusive agent for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for INTES, Moscow, astronomical telescopes
# in the year 1993, APM became exclusive agent for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for INTES, Moscow, astronomical telescopes
# in the year 1995, APM became worldwide exclusive agent for ARIES / Ukraine and Crimean Astrophysical Observatory professional optical manufacturing (using unique ION BEAMING figuring)
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# in the year 1995 APM started exporting large Cassegrain, Ritchey Chretien optical sets and highest quality auto collimation flat mirrors up to 1.20 meters diameter to Japan to companies like IK technology. SHOWA, optics international laboratory and NISHIMURA
# in the year 1996 APM sold to Max Plank Institute of astronomy to Carlo Alto Observatory in Spain a 500 mm laser beam expander optics
# between 1996 and 1999 exported the largest fluorite apochromatic refractors ever made, up to 304 mm diameter to Japan and USA
# in 1997 APM manufactured with subcontractors from Russia extremely difficult deep ellipse mirrors and quartz pipes for Japanese company for testing chips of the next generation. This work what such difficult that companies like Zeiss have had to refuse
# in the year 1998, delivered to ESO (European Southern Observatory) highest quality fluorite Windows diameter 270 mm for use in the Echelle spectrograph in the VLT telescopes. ESO places this order to APM, because other ESO suppliers failed to deliver the asked quality. Since this time at ESO APM telescopes is on the supplier list for super high quality optical system
# in the year 1998 APM became worldwide exclusive agent by LZOS-Russia for APM/TMB designed APO objectives up to 530 mm in diameter
# Coronado instruments helped in the year 1999 APM to develop the first real working h-alpha filter systems and APM became exclusive agent for Coronado products in Germany
# in May 1999 we manufactured and delivered a 1 m computer controlled Cassegrain telescope to Nördlinger Ries Observatory in Germany
# in the year 2000 we manufactured and installed a 1.2 m computer controlled Cassegrain telescope to public observatory Treburg, Germany
# in October 2001 we signed contract for manufacturing of 1 m R.C.. Telescope to Graduate Institute of astronomy, National Central University of Taiwan
# in the year 2001 APM moved to a new location to the city Saarbrücken in Germany and expanded his stuff
# in November 2001 we signed contract for manufacturing a 60 cm equatorial mounted 60 cm computer controlled R.C. telescope with Hong Kong Spacemuseum.
# in December 2001 we signed contract for 80 cm computer controlled Cassegrain telescope with national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in April 2002 we signed a contract for manufacturing 500 mm computer controlled Cassegrain telescope for national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in July 2002 we shipped and installed 1 m R.C.. telescope to Graduate Institute of astronomy, National Central University of Taiwan
# 2002 we delivered in July a 60 cm equatorial mounted 60 cm computer controlled R.C. telescope with Hong Kong Spacemuseum.
# 2003 we signed contract for manufacturing a in March 600 mm RC telescope on APM GE 200 computer controlled Mount for private customer in Arizona
# in April 2003 we delivered and installed 80 cm computer controlled Cassegrain telescope to national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in June 2003 we delivered and installed a 500 mm computer controlled Cassegrain telescope for national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in June 2004 we delivered a 600 mm RC telescope on APM GE 200 computer controlled Mount for private customer in Arizona
# in November 2004, we delivered to famous company? Astro-Physics / USA? a fast 14? F/4 autographic Maksutov Newtonian for a customer in Chile
# in June 2005 we signed a contract for manufacturing a 406 mm F / 10 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope with large format CCD reducer for a private customer in Germany. This Maksutov Cassegrain is one of the largest in the world
# in July 2005 we signed contract for manufacturing 1 m computer controlled equatorial fork mounted Cassegrain telescope with Shandong University at Weihai, China
# in September 2005 we signed a contract for manufacturing a computer controlled equatorial fork mount for a 500 mm RC telescope with national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in November 2005 we signed contract for manufacturing a RC 600 mm computer controlled equatorial mounted with US company OGS for high school in Oklahoma
# we delivered in April 2006 a 406 mm F / 10 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope with large format CCD reducer for a private customer in Germany. This Maksutov Cassegrain is one of the largest in the world
# in December 2006 APM moved again to new location town Rehlingen, closer to the APM Observatory housing the largest apochromatic refractor (12? diameter) in Europe
# in March 2007 we delivered and installed 1 m computer controlled equatorial fork mounted Cassegrain telescope with Shandong University at Weihai, China
# in April 2007 we signed a contract for manufacturing a 406 mm F/10 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope for a private customer in Ireland. This Maksutov Cassegrain is one of the largest in the world
# in September 2007 we delivered a computer controlled equatorial fork mount for a 500 mm RC telescope with national astronomical observatories in Beijing, China
# in October 2007 we delivered and installed a 600 mm RC computer controlled equatorial mounted for US company OGS at the H.S. Mendenhall Observatory at Oklahoma State University, USA
# October 2007 Markus ludes (owner of APM) started together with Andy Lunt and Alan Traino the new company called Lunt solar systems in Tucson, Arizona in USA
# December 2007 APM started to manufacture a new computer controlled 1.2 0 metres of alt-azimuth telescope of the Cassegrain for the Urals State University in Ekaterinburg-Russia.
# In March 2008 for manufacturing a 406 mm F / 10 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope for a private customer in Ireland. This Maksutov Cassegrain is one of the largest in the world
# in October 2008 we installed at the height of 800 mm R.C. to Science Museum in Vilnius Lithuania, largest telescope in Lithuania, a 800 mm Ritchey Chretien, equatorial fork mounted in the ethno Cosmology Museum near Vilnius for public observation s and students teaching
# in March 2009 we started manufacturing of the world largest triplet APO, 510 mm F11, for public observatory in Italy, near Rome, with delivery term summer 2011
# in May 2009 we signed a contract for manufacturing a 406 mm F/10 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope for a private customer in Arizona, USA
# in July 2009 we started to manufacture the 1 meter AZ R.C.. telescope for private person in Sedona, Arizona, USA
# in July 2009 we started to manufacture the 1 meter AZ wide field telescope University Urumqi in North-West China
# in October 2009 we started to manufacture the 1 meter AZ R.C.. mobile telescope for the University of the Sultanate of Oman, be used on a movable trailer for observations in the desert of Oman wants for teaching the students in Astro Physics.
# in October 2009 we signed contract for 600 R.C.. on big ASA Mount for Nicolaus Copernicus astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences
# in October 2009 we sold to officer for public observatory in China a APM/LZOS triplet APO 304 mm f/3600 mm on Astrophysics El Capitan GTO36000 mount, the observatory is in Su Zhou city near Shanghai, China, it belongs to Suzhou branch ronomical association
# November 2009 we installed the 1.2 0 m telescope at the University of Ekaterinburg
# in July 2010, we shipped 1m R.C. alt-az telescope to Sultana of Oman, Muscat, as a University project, mounted on a movable trailer
# in August 2010, we started manufacturing of 2 pc 304 mm F / 7.5 triplet SuperED Apochromatic telescopes, 1pc for China, 1 pc for Germany, with delivery term late 2011
# in August 2010 we delivered to Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center Polish Academy of Sciences Centrum Astronomiczne IN 1 pc 500 mm F / 15 RC on ASA DDM160 direct drive mount, shipped South African Astronomical Observatory, O'Brien vatory road, Observatory, 7925, South Africa
# in October 2010, we signed contract for supply of 3 pc 50 cm RC on ASA DDM160 mount, remotely controlled, to Nicolaus Copernicus Observatory, Poland with delivery destinations, Australia, South Africa and Argentina, < span class = "n otranslate "></span> delivery times, may 2011 to Australia July 2011 to South Africa and October 2011 to Argentina"
# in November 2010 we signed contract with national astronomical observatories, Beijing, China to manufacture remotely controlled telescopes with ASA DDM60Pro and nearly 10? wide field astrograph
# in December 2010 we signed contract with national astronomical observatories, Beijing, China for supply of 304 mm almost Astrograph
# in December 2010 we shipped a 1 m F / 2.2 Wide Field Alt-AZ Telescope for Urumi Univsersity North-West China
# in January 2011 we delivered to Kiepe Hauer Institute for solar physics in Freiburg, Germany a 14? F/15 Maksutov Cassegrain telescope on APM GE200 computer controlled equatorial mount
# in March 2011, we signed contract for delivery of a ASA DDM 160 remote controlled mount to Sternberg Institute of the State University of Moscow for delivery in summer 2011 to Canaries Islands Observatory? s
# in March 2011 we delivered to national astronomical observatories China, NAOC, Beijing, 10 "F / 3 ASA Astrograph on ASA DDM60 per direct drive mount"
# we delivered to national astronomical observatories, Beijing, China remotely controlled telescopes with ASA DDM60Pro and almost 10 in April 2011? wide field astrograph
# in April 2011 we delivered first ever made 280 mm F / 10 triplet Super ED apochromatic objective to private customer in Germany
# in April 2011 we installed a 9? F / 9 APO in public observatory in Malaysia via our dealer, actual the largest Apochromatic telescope in Malaysia
# in May 2011, we shipped 1 m RC ALT-AZ telescope to private customer in Sedona Arizona
# we delivered to Nicolaus Copernicus astronomical Center Polish Academy of Sciences Centrum Astronomiczne in May 2011 IN A 500 mm F / 8 RC on ASA direct drive mount, delivered to siding spring Observatory, Timor road, Coonabarabran,. NSW 2357 Australia
# we delivered to Nicolaus Copernicus astronomical Center Polish Academy of Sciences Centrum Astronomiczne in August 2011 IN A 500 mm F / 15 RC on ASA direct drive mount, delivered to siding spring Observatory, Timor road, Coonabarabr map, NSW 2357 Australia
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Number of employees in APM: 7 (as of May 2011)
Subcontractor companies working for APM:
- 2 machine shops in Germany
- ASA in Austria
- Astrotechnik, button
- 2 optical designer Philipp Keller and Massimo Riccardi
- 1 electronically engineer
- 1 software expert
- 5 skilled master opticians
- LZOS, Moscow, Russia
- LOMO, St. Petersburg, Russia
- ARIES, Crimean astrophysical observatories, Ukraine
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