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Skywatcher Teleskop N 150/750 Explorer BD EQ3-2

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Manufacturer: Skywatcher

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Skywatcher Teleskop N 150/750 Explorer BD EQ3-2
Skywatcher Teleskop N 150/750 Explorer BD EQ3-2
Skywatcher Teleskop N 150/750 Explorer BD EQ3-2
Skywatcher Teleskop N 150/750 Explorer BD EQ3-2
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Jupiter, taken with a Skywatcher N 150/750 Explorer BD NEQ-3 with dual motor control and Philips TouCam 740 pro camera. (c) Karsten Möller, Lauterbach, Hesse, Germany.

Jupiter with its large moons. Taken with a Skywatcher 150/750 NEQ-3 telescope. You can see that the telescope has even imaged the shadow of one of Jupiter's moons (c) Andreas Koch

The famous M13 globular cluster. Even the edge regions can be resolved into individual stars with this telescope. This globular cluster is about 25,000 light years away and has a diameter of 150 light years (c) Andreas Koch with 150/750 NEQ-3 telescope

The Dumbbell Nebula (M27) is a planetary nebula. The dumbbell shape can be visually observed very well with the Skywatcher 150/750 NEQ-3 telescope (c) Andreas Koch

Area of the winter night sky with open cluster region and planetary nebula NGC2438. Taken with a Skywatcher 150/750 NEQ-3 telescope with 2-axis control (c) Andreas Koch

The great Orion Nebula (M42) in the constellation of Orion, an active star-forming region. The nebula appears bluish in a telescope. (c) Andreas Koch

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