What size is 1000 mm in inches?

What size is 1000 mm in inches?

Millimeter to Inch Conversion Table

Millimeter [mm] Inch [in]
20 mm 0.7874015748 in
50 mm 1.968503937 in
100 mm 3.937007874 in
1000 mm 39.3700787402 in

How thick is 1000mm?

1 metre is equal to 1000 mm, or 39.370078740157 inches.

Which is better Schmidt Cassegrain or Maksutov Cassegrain?

In short, a Maksutov-cassegrain telescope is generally better for planet viewing due to the narrow and generally large focal ratios, however this also does compromise the astrophotography performance of Mak telescopes, which is an area Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes don’t suffer nearly as much from whilst still having …

Are Maksutov Cassegrain telescopes good?

Yes, Maksutov Cassegrain telescopes are good for all levels of home stargazers. Whether you choose an Orion, a Celestron, or a meade Maksutov, they all offer incredible value for money. They are easy to set up and the shorter tube design makes for easy transporting.

Which Cassegrain telescope is best?

The 5 Best Schmidt Cassegrain Telescopes in 2021

  1. Celestron 8 SE Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes – Best Overall.
  2. Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope – Best Value.
  3. Celestron 1100 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope – Premium Choice.
  4. Celestron 925 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope.
  5. Celestron NexStar 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope.

How big of a telescope do I need to see the flag on the moon?

The flag on the moon is 125cm (4 feet) long. You would require a telescope around 200 meters in diameter to see it. The largest telescope now is the Keck Telescope in Hawaii at 10 meters in diameter. Even the Hubble Space telescope is only 2.4 meters in diameter.

How big is the Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope in inches?

The Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope has a 102mm aperture and a focal length of 1300mm. It comes in a soft travel case with a 25mm Sirius Plossl 1.25″ eyepiece, a 45-degree correct-image diagonal, and a 6×26 correct-image Finderscope. This scope does not include a mount. You need to purchase the mount separately, which adds to the cost.

How much does a Maksutov 102 mm telescope cost?

The 102 mm version can be bought as an optical tube assembly for ~£129, mounted on a manual SkyWatcher Alt/Az mount for ~£265 (quite nice). It can also be bought mounted on a computerized Alt/Az mount for ~£378.

What are the advantages of a Cassegrain telescope?

One of the main Cassegrain telescope advantages is that the lens gathers enough light to resolve smaller deep-sky objects such as planetary nebulas and globular star clusters. The optical tube comes without a mount, so that will be an additional expense if you are setting up for the first time.

Where can I buy a Maksutov spotting scope?

The 90 mm version at about £129 for the tube assembly is often used as a spotting scope for birdwatchers. It can be bought on an EQ1 equatorial mount from WEX photographic for ~£169.

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