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Infographic: Astrohighlights in Summer 2024

June 5 2024, Marcus Schenk

Warm summer nights under a clear sky – this is not only a beautiful sight for amateur astronomers. Of course the nights are now particularly short, but even in the astronomically bright sky we can observe wonderful events. How about a first-class planetary meeting, a close encounter between Spica and the Moon and the long-awaited occultation of the planet Saturn by the Moon? We are certainly also looking forward to the shooting stars in August.

In the current infographic “Astrohighlights in Summer 2024” we have compiled the most beautiful celestial events.

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3.6. Mars meets the Moon
A celestial spectacle awaits early birds on June 3rd. As you look East at dawn, you will witness the reddish Mars and the thin crescent Moon forming a close conjunction – separated only by 2.6 degrees in the sky. This cosmic meeting is not only a fascinating sight, but also a great opportunity for astrophotography.

11.6. The Moon meets Regulus
A celestial view that looks almost royal can be admired tonight: The Moon joins Regulus, the bright main star of the constellation of Leo. The Moon will accompany the majestic lion for two more days, before continuing its journey and entering the next constellation.

16.6. Spica meets the Moon
On June 16th you can pay attention to a close meeting in the night sky between the Moon and Spica, the main star in Virgo. The two approach each other at a distance of only 0.25 degrees. Almost a “cosmic kiss” between these two celestial bodies. Spica, often occulted by the Moon, stays out of an occultation tonight. However, the short distance to the Moon offers an excellent opportunity for observers and photographers to capture this event. So get your telescopes and cameras ready!

27.6. The Moon meets Saturn
In the night of June 27th to 28th the Moon will be relatively close to Saturn. The Moon will approach the ringed planet during its journey and it will almost appear, as if our Moon is going to cover Saturn. From our latitude however, this phenomenon is not visible, as the Moon and Saturn are only visible after midnight. Unfortunately there is no occultation now – we have to wait a bit longer for such an event.

28.6. The Moon meets Neptune
While the rest of the World is still asleep in the early hours of June 28th, the Moon slowly moves towards Neptune – the distant gas giant on the outer edge of our Solar System. With a telescope we can try to catch a glimpse of this planet. Due to its great distance, it appears only as a small disk without recognizable details.

1.7. Comet 12P/Olbers
Comets are visitors to the inner Solar System before they disappear for a long time into the outer regions thereof. Once in a while it does happen that they are becoming really bright objects. This year we have already had the luck to observe the comet 12P/Pons-Brooks. In July a relatively bright comet can be seen in the sky: The comet 12P/Olbers. It will reach a brightness of 7.5 mag at the beginning of the month and can be seen with binoculars or a telescope. Unfortunately it is close to the horizon, thus making an observation not so easy. First you should find a location with a unobstructed view of the horizon. In addition, the horizon must be crystal clear, because even small or thin clouds can disturb the observation. If the conditions are good, you should definitely try to observe it!

2./3.7. The Moon meets Jupiter, Mars, Uranus and the Pleiades
The dawn of July 2nd and 3rd offers a beautiful celestial spectacle: The thin crescent Moon meets the planets Jupiter, Mars and Uranus during the night. All these objects are located near the famous Pleiades star cluster. This constellation offers an excellent opportunity for astrophotography in order to capture the meeting of these different celestial objects.

6.7. Ceres in opposition
In the night of July 6th Ceres, the largest dwarf planet in our Solar System, will reach its opposition point. This means that it appears to stand directly opposite to the Sun and is therefore visible all night long. With a brightness of 7.3 mag, Ceres is theoretically visible even with binoculars under favorable conditions, although a telescope is recommended for the observation. Due to its star-like appearance, it is necessary to use a star map to undoubtedly identify Ceres in the starry sky. Being without the distinctive features of a planet, the observation of Ceres requires careful planning and observation.

15.7. Mars meets Uranus
In the early morning of July 15th, it is worth looking at the sky when Mars passes by just below Uranus. The two planets will approach each other just shy of half a degree. This means they will appear in the same field of view in a telescope with a wide-angle (<65°) eyepiece. Have you seen this before? A good opportunity tonight. However, you may start observing only after 2 a.m. onwards. In the course of this night, both planets will rise higher in the sky, improving their visibility and observability.

23.7. Pluto in opposition
The dwarf planet with the big heart will be in opposition to the Sun today and will reach a brightness of 14.3 magnitudes. Therefore this former planet is only visible with large telescopes. It is however possible to image it with smaller telescopes. For the mere observation search charts are recommended.

30.7. Delta Aquarids
Watch out for the Delta Aquarids on July 30th. These meteors appear in the constellation of Aquarius and reach a maximum rate of 25 each per hour. The best time for observation is before midnight, as the Moon will appear above the horizon during the second half of the night. An interesting event for all who love shooting stars.

30.7. The Moon meets Mars, Jupiter, and Uranus
In the early morning of July 30th the Moon, Mars, and Jupiter can be observed in a striking constellation, close to the most famous star cluster – the Pleiades. Framed by the prominent stars Aldebaran and Capella, they create an impressive picture in the night sky. If you look into the sky at the beginning of dawn, you can really only admire this beautiful sight.

12.8. Perseids
A cosmic performance unfolds in the vast and rich nightsky of August: The Perseid meteor shower.
The Perseids, as they are called by astronomers, shoot numerous times across the sky this evening and we look up with anticipation. Perhaps we will discover bright examples that we can particularly enjoy.
The media often promises a “spectacular fireworks display of 100 shooting stars per hour, a true rain of shooting stars”. This is often an exaggeration, but even without exaggerating the Perseids can be a sensory and fascinating experience for us.
The Moon is now in its first quarter and will set before midnight. After that we can observe in darkness and undisturbed by stray light. All that’s missing is a comfortable blanket, a warm tea and friends who are enthusiastic about observing – so this evening may become a true success.

14.8. Mars meets Jupiter
In the early hours of August 14th a remarkable event will take place for observers, as Mars and Jupiter will approach each other at an extremely close distance of only 0.3 degrees. This short distance is extremely rare compared to the usual distances between planets in the sky and will appear almost, as if the two planets are touching. An ideal opportunity to grab binoculars or a telescope and observe the event. You can see both planets in one field of view, even at high magnification – a spectacular sight that does not happen very often.

21.8. The Moon covers Saturn
In the night of August 21st a very special spectacle presents itself: The Moon will cover the planet Saturn. Although the Moon and Saturn are already visible during the evening hours, the actual occultation does not occur until the early morning hours. At 5:32 a.m., when the Moon approaches Saturn from its illuminated side, the occultation begins. The ringed planet disappears behind the Moon for about an hour and then re-appears around 6:32 a.m. on the unilluminated side of the Moon. At that time the Moon will still be above the horizon, although the Sun will have already risen about 10 minutes earlier.

26.8. The Moon meets the Pleiades
On August 26th an interesting astronomical encounter will take place: The Moon will be in the famous Pleiades star cluster. Additionally, the Moon will move from the West towards the bright star Atlas and cover it in the early morning hours (from 5:40 a.m.). That is not all however, because in the constellation of Taurus there is still more to discover: If you look a little lower, you will find the planets Mars and Jupiter. The planet Uranus is in the same constellation as well, but since it is only visible with binoculars or a telescope, you will need a search chart.

27.8. The Moon meets Jupiter and Mars
In the night of August 27th it is worth looking again at Taurus, which appears above the horizon in the second half of the night. The constellation is accompanied by the planets Jupiter and Mars. Especially at early dawn, when the sky turns blueish, they form an incredibly beautiful trio together with the waning Moon.

Universe2go+: The next generation of mobile stargazing

June 3 2024, Marcus Schenk

Dear star enthusiasts and night sky enthusiasts. We have news that we have been looking forward to for a long time. Today we present to you Universe2go+, the next generation of mobile stargazing. The popular AR handheld planetarium has been further developed to make the starry sky more interactive and even better to experience. Whether you are a hobby astronomer or a beginner in observation: Universe2go+ takes you on an exciting journey of discovery through the universe with new technology and improved design. It expands the reality of the starry sky with many additional digital information.

New horizons: The exciting innovations of Universe2go+

Universe2go has received a “+” in its name. We want to list the reasons for this briefly, because both the app and the star glasses convince with helpful updates.

1 You probably know it yourself, smartphones have become larger in recent years. Therefore, the new handheld planetarium now accommodates larger smartphones up to the maximum dimensions of 167x78x11 millimeters. With many models, you can even leave the phone case on the device.

2 A more intuitive design: When you open the menu, you immediately notice the change, because it has been completely redesigned. Instead of a list, it appears in a round and clear design that requires hardly any space. All information and settings are understandable and immediately accessible.

3 The newly implemented plate-solving technology ensures unparalleled precision in star recognition and has been introduced in addition to the existing sensor functions. What does that mean for you? In short, higher accuracy. The camera of your smartphone now takes on a significant part of the work. Together with the improved Universe2go+ app (for Android and iPhone), star patterns are analyzed and celestial objects are precisely identified. It is fascinating when the digital star images appear almost magically directly above the real stars.

4 We have also made adjustments to the controls. The star background of the virtual sky is no longer made up of simple representations, but of a naturally appearing graphic. All new features and changes provide an even more intense experience when you gaze at the stars on a clear evening.


The universe awaits: What Universe2go+ still offers

In addition to the mentioned new features, Universe2go+ offers a variety of other functions that are useful for every stargazer. With the gigantic integrated database (which contains the entire Hipparcos catalog with its 120,000 stars), you can travel wherever you want. For example, to all 88 constellations that adorn our sky. And even more: Explore the planets of our solar system or find over 150 deep-sky objects. All with sharply rendered images. Universe2go+ also has something for your ears, as an audio guide talks for a total of over 3 hours about planets, stars, and nebulae. Because the audio part was recorded with a professional speaker, listening is particularly enjoyable. The traditional mythology of the constellations is also not neglected. Did you know that the sky is full of stories? Universe2go+ is not just your ticket to the stars, it is a whole library full of interstellar information that you can experience live and even in color. This way, you will become an expert on our starry sky almost effortlessly. With the new Universe2go+, take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of astronomy – a combination of real sky observation and digital exploration.

Up to 35% off large binoculars: discover the starry sky with Omegon

June 1 2024, Marcus Schenk

Are you a hobby astronomer or nature watcher looking for a pair of binoculars that will reveal every detail? Then take advantage of our special offers on large binoculars and save up to 35% for a limited period only.

Vividly experience the beauty of the universe with Omegon binoculars. Or, when observing nature, bring distant objects up close. On a stable tripod, these binoculars with their large objective lens diameter will reveal the full light-gathering capability that only binoculars with lenses of 50mm or more can deliver.

A short overview of the binocular series: bargains for June and July

Explore nature by day and by night with Brightsky binoculars. At up to 100mm in diameter, their large, multi-coated objective lenses collect plenty of light – even at dusk. Choose between 45° angled eyepieces for nature watching, or 90° for observing the stars. The magnesium housing ensures that your binoculars are particularly lightweight, and it is waterproof and nitrogen-purged. Brightsky binoculars combine well with a sturdy tripod or with the Omegon Colossus mount.


Ultra-light binoculars for observing stars and nature. With its magnesium housing, it is lightweight and perfect for outdoor use. Thanks to BAK-4 prisms and multi-coating, you will enjoy crisp contrast combined with high edge sharpness. Argus binoculars are comfortable to use, even for spectacles wearers. The eyepieces are individually focusable for stable, balanced sharpness.

Nightstar is the entry-level series of binoculars designed for observing the night sky. The already well-priced but good-quality binoculars are now even more of a bargain. An insider’s tip is the popular 20+40×100 binoculars: with these you can really dive deep into the starry sky.

Take a look at our low prices on astronomy binoculars – only until the end of July 2024.


Discover the Apo summer: up to 32% discount on Omegon apochromats!

June 1 2024, Marcus Schenk

The summer temperatures do not only bring fresh greens and landscapes in bloom, but also an astronomical discount campaign. Look forward to up to 32% discount on our first-class Omegon apochromats – the perfect addition to your astrophotographic equipment.

The right time for an Apochromat

The nights are getting warmer again, giving many amateur astronomers the idea of spending time under the stars. This time of year is a wonderful time to go galaxy hunting. With our Omegon Apochromats – including excellent sharpness and field correction – you can capture even the smallest details of the Universe.

Triangulum galaxy, Messier 33, Pedro Moreno & Carlos Malagon, 104/650 ED Triplet, Atik460EX 

M33 galaxy by Pedro Moreno & Carlos Malagon with the Omgeon APO 104/650 ED Triplet and Atik 460EX

A stable mount is essential for your telescope. iOptron mounts are proven to be reliable partners for the Omegon APOs. Now is the perfect time to take your hobby to the next level – with an Omegon Apochromat of your choice.

Take advantage of this now: These low prices are only available until 07/31/2024.

250 € voucher for free: with the purchase of an Omegon 84mm HD spotting scope

May 8 2024, Marcus Schenk

Experience nature up close: The Omegon Zoom-Spotting Scope ED 20-60x84mm HD makes it possible. This high-quality spotting scope shows the beauty of wildlife right before your eyes.

For a limited time we are offering a 250 EUR voucher with the purchase of an Omegon Zoom-Spotting Scope ED 20-60x84mm HD. Take this exclusive opportunity for the enhancement of your nature observations!

• With an 84mm objective lens opening excellent observations are possible, even at dusk when the contrast in basic spotting scopes begins to fade. The ED optics ensure crystal-clear vision with brighter images.

• Simply practical: Combine the Omegon spotting scope with any 1.25-inch eyepieces. For example with a simple 15mm eyepiece you will achieve a wide view with 32x magnification – an experience otherwise known only from astronomical telescopes.

This is the main reason why this spotting scope of our Omegon model range has been a popular companion for nature observers for quite a long time now.

Act now and safe yourself this exceptional spotting scope including a 250 EUR voucher!

Please not that this offer is only valid from May 1st until July 31st, 2024. The voucher is redeemable until December 31st, 2027. Available only while supplies last!

Act now: Get the ProNewton N 153/750 EQ-500 X and secure a 250 Euro voucher!

April 19 2024, Marcus Schenk

Standing under the stars and exploring the vast universe: A dream that can become reality with the ProNewton N 153/750 EQ-500 X. This powerful telescope brings the stars right into your backyard!

For a limited time, when you purchase a ProNewton N 153/750 EQ-500 X, you will receive a voucher worth 250 EUR as a gift. An opportunity you should not miss.

  • The primary mirror with a 153 mm aperture captures so much light that you can discover faint deep-sky objects like gas nebulae or brilliantly beautiful star clusters.
  • The EQ-500 X mount allows for precise manual tracking thanks to the integrated ball bearings. Combined with the optics, you get a very stable overall system that brings joy with every observation.

This Newtonian telescope rightfully carries the “Pro” in its name, as its craftsmanship stands out significantly from the usual beginner optics. Now is the time to observe the Moon and fascinating details on the planets in high quality.

Buy now and get a a 250 EUR shopping voucher with this high-quality telescope.

But beware: The promotion is only valid until 30.06.2024.
The voucher can be redeemed until 31.12.2027. Only while supplies last.

Top offer: Omegon Nightstar Large Binoculars + 250 Euro voucher for free!

March 6 2024, Marcus Schenk

Immerse yourself in observing the sky with two eyes and discover how a three-dimensional starry sky appears.

The Omegon Nightstar 20+40 x 100mm large binoculars are your key to impressive observations. Lift off with two 100mm lenses and navigate through the vastness of Space with equipment that will thrill you during every clear night. The best part of it: When you purchase these special large binoculars, you will receive a 250 Euro voucher from Astroshop – absolutely for free.

1) Whether you want to observe the surface of the Moon with its cratered landscape, Jupiter with its moons or distant nebulae and star clusters – the Omegon Nightstar offers you a particularly high light intensity with its generous 100mm lens diameter. It captures about 200 times more light than the naked eye.

2) With two interchangeable eyepiece pairs for 20x and 40x magnification you can observe more individually than with fixed eyepieces of other models. Another advantage is: You can also use other 1.25 inch (31.75 mm) eyepieces to further optimize your observation.

The 250 Euro voucher included in your package will definitely round up your purchase of these large binoculars. Whether you want to invest this in additional eyepieces, a good fork mount or other high-quality accessories, this voucher will bring you closer to your desired equipment. Important to know: Of course you can use the voucher for any product in our store. It is valid until December 31, 2027.

Act quickly to take advantage of this rare offer and get your large binoculars plus a 250 Euro voucher that will make every stargazing session a hit. Valid until April 30, 2024 and while supplies last.

Infographic: Astrohighlights in Spring 2024

February 29 2024, Marcus Schenk

Look up in the sky and be amazed by the interesting Astronomical events of the coming months! A comet in the evening sky, an impressive meteor shower, as well as fascinating encounters between the Moon and the planets or stars, are waiting to be observed. To make sure you do not miss any of these highlights, we have collected an overview of these celestial events under “Astrohighlights in Spring 2024”.

In this graphic you will find a quick overview and a selection of particularly interesting celestial phenomena. Further information and detailed explanations can be found in the accompanying text.

We wish you a lot of fun when observing!


03.03. Moon meets Antares
On March 3rd, amateur astronomers can witness an interesting event in the sky: In the early morning hours, just before dawn, you can observe the waning Moon meeting Antares, the reddish bright star in the constellation of Scorpius. The two celestial bodies will be only about 2 degrees apart, which is approximately four times the diameter of the full Moon. Such celestial encounters are not only visually appealing, but also provide an opportunity to understand the motion of the Moon among the “background” of stars.

13.03. Moon meets Jupiter
In the evening of March 13th, skywatchers can experience an impressive meeting of two objects in the night sky: The slender crescent Moon and Jupiter, the largest planet in our Solar System. Both objects will be high in the sky during this evening’s twilight in the constellation of Aries – with Jupiter standing out due to its enormous brightness. The Moon sets at 10:50pm on this day. In March, Jupiter remains visible for a while after sunset, but its setting times become earlier throughout the month.

18.03. Moon meets Pollux
On March 18th the waxing Moon visits the constellation of Gemini and approaches Pollux, the brightest star in this constellation. Despite its brightness, Pollux is called Beta Geminorum, even though “Beta” is usually indicating the second brightest star of a constellation.

22.03. Mercury in the evening
On March 22nd there is a great opportunity to observe Mercury in the evening sky. It reaches its best evening visibility of the year and a few days later, on March 24th, it will be in Eastern elongation to the Sun. If you have never seen Mercury before, this is the perfect time to take a look at the innermost planet of our Solar System. We recommend watching after 7pm, when the Sun has already set more than half an hour earlier.

26.03. Moon meets Spica
On March 26th the Moon meets the star Spica, the brightest star in the constellation of Virgo. This event occurs just one day after the full Moon.


01.04. Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks
Amateur astronomers can now take a look at the comet “12P/Pons-Brooks”. Although it is a rare event to spot a bright comet in the sky, this one can already be found with binoculars (and maybe even with the naked eye). It reaches its closest point to the Sun and its greatest brightness on April 21st, but at this time it will only be visible slightly above the horizon. On April 10th there is a nice reunion in the Western sky between the Moon and Jupiter during the early evening hours. Just below these two you will find the comet. If you observe Jupiter on April 13th, simply look 3 degrees lower and vertically towards the horizon. Then you have found the comet.

08.04. Total Solar Eclipse (North America)
On April 8th a total Solar Eclipse will occur over North America. The path of the totality extends across Mexico, the USA, and Canada. The maximum duration of the totality depends on the location and may reach up to 4 minutes and 28 seconds. The eclipse will not be visible in Europe.

10.04. Moon meets Jupiter
On April 10th the delicate crescent Moon joins Jupiter. At twilight we will enjoy a particularly beautiful sight that is certainly worth a photo. Not far from this heavenly meeting the comet “12P/Pons-Brooks” can also be seen above the Western horizon.

18.04. Golden Handle
The “Golden Handle” appears at 83% of the lunar phase, about 10 days after a New Moon, and is a visual phenomenon along the light/shadow terminator of the Moon. It is located in the Bay of Sinus Iridium, a lava-flooded crater surrounded by a mountain range called the Jura Mountains. Due to the height of these mountains, the phenomenon occurs when the rising Sun illuminates the mountain peaks and creates the “Golden Handle”.

21.04. T Coronae Borealis
T Coronae Borealis is a variable star in the constellation of Corona Borealis, located about 2,700 light-years away from us. It usually has a brightness of 10.8 mag, but within a cycle of about 80 years it can become more than 1000 times brighter than a nova. The star can reach up to 2 mag during such an outburst, surpassing even the brightest star Gemma in the Northern Crown. Such events occurred in the years 1866 and 1946 for example. The next outburst could occur in 2024 and become an absolute highlight for us. Let’s wait and see…The astronomical world is definitely calling to watch out for this. Such an observation is quite easily doable for you, as you don’t even need binoculars, because of the star’s brightness.

22.04. Lyrids
During the peak on April 22nd, the meteor shower ‘Lyrids’ offers an impressive number of up to 20 meteors per hour. The best time to observe them is between 10:00pm and 4:00am. However, this year the almost full Moon will interfere. The shower’s source point is located in the constellation of Lyra.

27.04. Moon meets Antares
When you look towards the South in the very early morning hours of April 27th, you will see the constellation of Scorpius rising in the sky. Our Moon will be very close to the bright star Antares today.


12.05. Moon meets Pollux
On May 11th and 12th the Moon crosses the constellation of Gemini. The constellation is usually found in the Winter sky and is now noticeably tilting towards the Western horizon. In close proximity to the Moon the bright star Pollux is going to shine brilliantly – a star that is about nine times the size of our Sun.

15.05. Moon meets Regulus
Today the Moon makes contact with the star Regulus in the constellation of Leo. Regulus, known as the “little king”, is the brightest star in this constellation. An interesting fact that we can not notice is that Regulus rotates at a speed of about 317 km/s – so fast that it appears flattened.

19.05. Asteroid Pallas in Opposition
The Asteroid Pallas will be in opposition to the Sun on May 19th. Pallas is one of the largest Asteroids, having a diameter of 510 kilometers. It appears through the telescope as if it were an ordinary star. Therefore we recommend using a star chart. Additionally, it is easier to locate the Asteroid with a GoTo mount.

24.05. Moon meets Antares
Our Moon and the bright star Antares will be visible above the Southeast horizon before midnight. During its ascent in the sky, we can find the full Moon centered in the constellation of Scorpius. Antares shines intensely red and, being a supergiant, has a diameter of 700 times the size of the Sun. If it was placed in the position of our Sun, its sphere would extend beyond the orbit of Mars!

31.05. Moon meets Saturn
Early birds will have the opportunity to observe the meeting of the Moon and Saturn at dusk of May 31st. Assuming a clear sky, this will give us a beautiful start into the day. While beholding the Moon and Saturn you can also discover the planet Mars further to the East.

On galaxy hunt: Get your Omegon Advanced X Dobson now at a Spring discount

February 20 2024, Marcus Schenk

Imagine a clear Spring night, countless stars twinkling in the sky, and you are ready to explore the depths of the Universe. With a telescope that captures the light of distant galaxies and ignites your spirit of exploration.

For a limited time we are now offering you the Omegon Advanced Dobson X telescopes at interesting prices. With apertures of 203mm, 254mm, and up to 304mm, these light-gathering giants allow you to dive deep into the wonders of Space.

Save yourself a 10% discount on the 10- and 12-inch models and even a 17% discount on the 8-inch model!

These robust companions are known not only for their easy handling, but also for their outstanding quality. The simple construction and intuitive maneuvering of Dobson telescopes allow you to quickly get started with observations without losing valuable hours being involved in complicated preparations.

  • The precisely adjustable Crayford focuser provides you with the necessary comfort and focusing accuracy, even when it comes to higher magnifications.
  • The parabolic primary mirror guarantees sharp and detailed images – from the craters of the Moon to the spiral arms of distant galaxies.

As a hobby Astronomer you know that choosing the right telescope for observation is crucial. With the Omegon Advanced Dobson X telescopes you are making a choice that not only satisfies your desire for gathering knowledge, but also makes the splendor of night sky journeys tangible for visual observers.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity! The spring promotion is valid only until March 31, 2024 and while supplies last…

Ticket to the Stars: Omegon Telescope AC 90/1000 EQ-2 with 100 Euro Voucher

February 20 2024, Marcus Schenk

Imagine being able to not only admire the night sky above us, but also explore it in detail with your own eyes.
Similar to an observatory, but from your own backyard. The AC 90/1000 EQ-2 refractor telescope helps in getting
started with a lot of fun.

Now with a great special: For a limited time, you can get a 100 euro shopping voucher for every product you like in our store.

  • With its 90mm aperture this telescope is so light-gathering that you can make fascinating observations within the
    Solar System and beyond.
  • The stable mount ensures a smooth and precise tracking of objects, while you explore the Moon, the Rings of
    Saturn or the Polar Caps of Mars. Are you ready to discover your passion for the Universe?

Imagine the amazed faces when you and your family admire sharp-edged lunar craters together, making it appear as if
you were floating over the surface in a spaceship.

Better accessories enhance every telescope
With the 100 euro voucher that you receive with your delivery, you can invest in high-quality accessories, for example, because additional eyepieces or filters turn a basic set into a telescope tailored to your needs.

You’re not sure what to choose? Then simply let our experts advise you.

Let the product reviews from our customers convince you of this telescope.

Being quick is worth it: Grab this special offer right away and enjoy the Omegon AC 90/1000 EQ-2 with a 100 Euro
voucher. Promotion valid until March 31, 2024 – voucher usable until 31.12.2027. While stocks last.