Robledo Observatory - CESAR
Robledo Optical Telescope, a 30cm optical telescope located at the visitors centre of the NASA Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex in Robledo de Chavela (Madrid, Spain).
LX200 12" GPS. LX200-ACF has 12" diameter f/10 ACF optics (focal length 3048mm) and Ultra-High Transmission Coatings (UHTC) for maximum image brightness and contrast.
- 12" f/10 Advanced Coma Free Optics - 3048mm focal length
- Ultra-High Transmission Coatings (UHTC)
- Giant Field Tripod
- AutoStar II GOTO system
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LX200 12" GPS
Sbig ST9-XE. The ST-9XE utilizes the same patented dual sensor head design integrating one CCD for self-guiding and another CCD for imaging. In the case of the ST-9XE the imaging sensor is the new Enhanced KAF-0261E detector from Kodak with 512 x 512 pixels at 20 microns square.
The ST-9XE's 20 micron pixels subtend about 1.6 arcseconds per pixel at 100 inches focal length without binning. Just about perfect for optimum sensitivity under typical seeing conditions.
First light of Robledo telescope with Sbig camera configuration
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Astrodome 7ft. 7-foot diameter fiberglass clamshell astronomical observatories are ideal for amateur astronomers or robotic applications. The baseline 7-foot dome is opened automatically during the observation. It opens to any configuration and for celestial viewing may not have to changed all night
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Astrohaven dome 7ft