University of Oxford EA of Oxford 9203810 Compact Travel Telescope 114/500 with Sun Filter and Integrated Compass

University of OxfordSKU: 4007922067926

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University of Oxford EA of Oxford 9203810 Compact Travel Telescope

  • Simply start the astro hobby - with this compact Dobsonian telescope for beginners with lots of accessories, you can quickly get closer to the stars
  • Compact, easy to transport and easy to use Dobson mirror telescope, for observing planets, moon, stars and thanks to the sun filter, also suitable for sun observation.
  • Dimensions: 280 x 280 x 520 mm / Weight: 3350 g
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Take a look into outer space:

The Oxford University 114/500 compact telescope is easy to use and enables beginner astronomers to explore the night sky. The Dobsonian telescope is fully assembled and ready for use. Simply place it on a table and go on a journey to open star clusters, gas nebulae and globular clusters. The entry-level telescope with its 114 mm mirror diameter collects around 265 times as much light as the human eye. The aperture ratio (focal length / aperture) of approximately 1 to 4.4 (F/4.4) produces exceptionally bright images. The sight of fascinating deep-sky objects such as the Orion Nebula (M42) or the Hercules Cluster (M13) is guaranteed to amaze you. Alternatively, you can also turn your gaze to the constellation Perseus with the two breathtaking open star clusters h and chi Persei (NGC 869/884). Thanks to its compact design, this telescope is the perfect travel telescope, allowing you to use it in all sorts of locations.

Dobsonian telescope with numerous accessories for exciting night sky observations

The entry-level telescope comes with a wide range of accessories that allow you to explore the night sky from numerous different perspectives. Before looking through the telescope, you can use the LED viewfinder to locate the objects you want to observe. The telescope also features a useful built-in compass.
Once you've found the celestial object you're looking for, such as the famous Pleiades, you can take a closer look with the two enclosed eyepieces (6 mm / 20 mm). To zoom in, you can double the magnification of the eyepieces using the 2x Barlow lens.
What's more, the Dobsonian travel telescope is ideal for viewing the moon, especially with the moon filter, which improves the contrast and reduces the strain on your eyes, especially during a full moon. You can also look at the undisputed star in the daytime sky using the safe aperture solar filter. So admire sunspots and granulation on our sun.

CAUTION: Never point the telescope at the sun without the solar filter!

Discover the night sky with ease with this compact travel telescope from Oxford University!

Please note: ''Newton'' type reflecting telescopes are ideal for astronomical observations, but are not suitable for observing wildlife and landscapes. For terrestrial observations, we recommend refracting telescopes.


  • Dobsonian telescope for beginners
  • Mirror diameter: 114 mm
  • Focal length: 500 mm
  • Magnification: 25-167x
  • Aperture ratio: f/4.4
  • Mount: Azimuthal Dobsonian table mount

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