Newtonians

The Newtonian telescope is a type of reflecting telescope invented by the British scientist Sir Isaac Newton, using a concave primary mirror and a flat diagonal secondary mirror. 
All Explore Scientific, Bresser and FirstLight Newtonians use parabolic primary mirrors, which focus all incoming rays of light into a single point on the secondary mirror. 
  • 208mm f/3.9 Newtonian Telescope
    208mm f/3.9 Newtonian Telescope
    $ 499.99

    208mm f/3.9 Newtonian Telescope

    Bresser

    Description The N20839 Newtonian with its large 208mm aperture and short 812mm focal length produces a fast, rich-field optical design perfect for...

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    $ 499.99
  • Bresser Reflektor 130/650 EQ3
    Bresser Reflektor 130/650 EQ3
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    $ 329.95

    Bresser Reflektor 130/650 EQ3

    Bresser

    Description This Bresser Newton telescope has a main mirror aperture of 130mm and a focal length of 650mm. The telescope is perfect for beginners ...

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    $ 329.95
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  • Bresser Pollux 150/1400 EQ3 Telescope
    Bresser Pollux 150/1400 EQ3 Telescope
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    $ 350.95

    Bresser Pollux 150/1400 EQ3 Telescope

    Bresser

    Description The large mirror with a tall focal length allows the observation of many celestial bodies. Thanks to the catadioptic system (integrate...

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    $ 350.95
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  • Bresser Spica 130/650 EQ3 Telescope
    Bresser Spica 130/650 EQ3 Telescope
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    $ 387.95

    Bresser Spica 130/650 EQ3 Telescope

    Bresser

    Description Due to its aperture of 130mm and short focal length the new Bresser Spica telescope is the perfect tool for wide field observations of...

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    $ 387.95
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