Moon - eyepiece n°1

20 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 38 X - true field of view: 1.3°

## Specifications

**Diameter of the instrument: 150 mm**

**The reachable magnitude**is**13.0**

approximately 4.2 million visible stars (6000 with the naked eye).**The resolution**is**0.8**Arc seconds

This is equivalent to a coin seen from a distance of 3.7 miles, or to 0.9 miles details on the Moon

**Focal length of the instrument: 750 mm**

**Eyepieces:
**

n° | focal length | magnification |
M/D |
apparent FOV |
true FOV |
exit pupil |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 | 20 mm | 38 x | 0.3 | 50° | 1.3° | 4.0 mm |

2 | 6 mm | 125 x | 0.8 | 50° | 0.4° | 1.2 mm |

## Preview

Lower the lighting of your room. Approach yourself so as to see only the screen when closing one eye. Then zoom in on the thumbnail of your choice.

Saturn - eyepiece n°1

20 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 38 X - true field of view: 1.3°

the Pleiades - eyepiece n°1

20 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 38 X - true field of view: 1.3°

Moon - eyepiece n°2

6 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 125 X - true field of view: 0.4°

Saturn - eyepiece n°2

6 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 125 X - true field of view: 0.4°

the Pleiades - eyepiece n°2

6 mm
, apparent field of view: 50°

magnification: 125 X - true field of view: 0.4°