"Am I to assume this to be a 6.29 inch mirror with a 51 inch focal length? Isn't this considered a "Deep Space" instrument?"
ITEM#: 19550803Explore the magnificence and mystery of the cosmos with the Galileo G-160DB Dobsonian telescope. This remarkable piece combines the power and function of a large aperture telescope with impressive ease of use and an affordable price. The Altitude Azimuth Dobsonian base is intuitive and easy to use for quick and convenient setup and application. This telescope produces beautiful astronomical images and comes in Galileo's handsome black granite with a matte black finish.
- Large aperture telescope
- Swivel base
- 1300mm focal length
- 160mm diameter primary mirror
- Push/pull collimation screws
- Fully aluminized primary mirror with 92-percent reflectivity
- Optical tube assembly is diffraction limited at .4
- Black granite matte finish
- Made of metal, glass, and plastic
- Measures 50 inches high x 18 inches wide x 18 inches long
|Dimensions||50 in. H x 18 in. W x 18 in. L|
|Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Country of Origin||China|
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Maybe if you're in a very dark sky area. To see your most deep sky objects you need at least an 8" Dobsonian ,I'm under the impression that you're asking about Dobsonian telescopes. Many of your nebula and galaxys with the exception of Andromeda you need at least an 8" preferably a 12" To see them.
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