Easy to setup and use with adjustable tripod

Long optical tube is ideal for day spotting

You can observe deep sky objects like Andromeda galaxy with an entry level price.

Best entry level telescope for Celestial observation and bright deep sky observations

Engineered and optimized for DEEP SKY OBSERVATION and ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY with large-sized optical tube assemblies (OTAs). The PIE Matrix BELLATRIX is equipped with an advanced equatorial mount, which delivers paramount PRECISION and produces an observation platform Optimized for Lunar, Planetary, star observations (unfiltered), and Deep-Space viewing, and Astro-imaging.

Technical Specifications

  • Aperture: 150 mm
  • Focal Length: 750 mm
  • Tripod: Adjustable Double Extension Heavy Duty Aluminium Tripod
  • Tripod Colour: Electroplated Black
  • Focal Ratio: f/5
  • Resolution: 1.07 Arc Second
  • Tube Material: Metal
  • Maximum Mgnification: 230X (with barlow)
  • Mount: Manual Equitorial Mount
  • Lens/Mirror Type: Highly reflective aluminum/SiO2 coated mirror
  • Eye Pieces: PL 6.5mm, PL 25mm
  • Finder Scope: Optical Finderscope 6×30
  • Accessories: 2x Barlow, Lunar & Solar Filter, Travel case

Box Content:
Scope, Full Size Aluminium tripod, Green Moon Filter, Barlow Lens, Eye Pieces, Accessroy Tray, Telescope, Finder Scope, Adjustable full length tripod, Erecting Eye Piece, Instruction Manual, Space Calendar, Lens Cleaning wipes

150mm (6″) aperture is ideal for lunar & planetary viewing with the ability to resolve bright deep sky objects. Fast f/5 focal ratio ensures bright and clear views with a wide angle. Fully coated optics increase light transmission and improve contrast and colour rendition.

Many aspiring astronomers’ ultimate goal is viewing celestial objects like Bellatrix from the comfort of one’s backyard. People interested in astronomy can use Bellatrix telescopes to get a spectacular view of Bellatrix, the earth’s atmosphere, and to gaze longingly at other celestial objects. 

However, selecting the best telescope for the perfect view of Bellatrix can be difficult if you need professional assistance. So let’s talk about how to get the best Bellatrix telescope.

There is no need to spend a lot of money on the best telescope to reveal the hidden beauty of the night sky. However, many reputable companies like The Pie Matrix manufacture excellent telescopes at reasonable prices, ensuring they are affordable. Though let’s understand Bellatrix first. 

About Bellatrix

Bellatrix is a giant star in the constellation Orion, The Hunter. It is a major star and appears in the sketch. Bellatrix is blue because of the star’s spectral type. Gamma Orionis is the star’s Bayer designation, while Bellatrix is its traditional/proper name. 

Alpha is the name given to the brightest star in the constellation. Bellatrix is the third brightest star in Orion and the 26th brightest star overall, according to Hipparcos 2007

Bellatrix is expected to transform into an orange giant in a few million years because it has already begun becoming a true giant. Bellatrix is more than eight times that of the sun; it is almost a supernova candidate. As you know many things about Bellatrix now, let’s understand about Bellatrix telescope in detail.

Telescope for the best view of Bellatrix

The Bellatrix reflector telescopes are used for seeing the Bellatrix. Using a mirror, the reflector collects and concentrates light. The most common type of telescope is the Newtonian reflector, which Isaac Newton invented. 

At the bottom of the telescope is a primary mirror that is specially curved and concave. A small, flat, diagonal secondary mirror near the top directs the light from the primary mirror to the side of the tube, where it meets a conveniently located eyepiece.

The reflector is the scope to use if you want the most aperture for your money. When properly constructed and maintained, a reflector can provide clear, contrasty images of a wide range of celestial objects for a fraction of the cost of an equal-aperture refractor.

Advantages of the Bellatrix telescope

Bellatrix telescopes or Newtonians have two additional advantages. 

  • They perform well at focal ratios ranging from f/4 to f/8, providing broad fields of view for their aperture. The pivot point is far below your head, as the eyepiece is at the top of the tube. 
  • This allows them to be used with short tripods or, in the case of the well-known Dobsonian design, without a tripod. 
  • Generally, a Newtonian on a Dobsonian mount produces the brightest and most detailed images per dollar spent.

Disadvantages of the Bellatrix telescope

Even though Bellatrix telescope has many pros, yet they have some disadvantages too:

  • Newtonians do require maintenance on occasion. Reflector mirrors, unlike refractor lenses, can become out of alignment and, as a result, require periodic collimation to ensure peak performance, especially if the telescope is moved around a lot. 
  • This will be fine once you get the hang of it. The mirrors of a typical Newtonian may not need to be adjusted for weeks or even months. 
  • On the other hand, having to collide with a Newtonian reflector occasionally may be frustrating for those lacking mechanical aptitude.

Wrapping up – Bellatrix telescopes.

Are you planning to buy Bellatrix Telescopes? At Pie Matrix, we have a fantastic selection of the best Bellatrix telescopes in India for sale, complete with various lenses, mounts, and tripods. Our Bellatrix telescopes are known for their sleek design and dependability, making them ideal for viewing celestial and terrestrial skies. 

Clear skies and our modern collection are ideal for beginning your astronomy adventure as you marvel at the breathtaking view of the stars, moons, and planets.

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