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ANDROMEDA Ltd.

ANDROMEDA Ltd.

EVERYTHING ABOUT astronomy you will find with us! We are the largest distributor of astronomical telescopes and accessories for amateur astronomers in Bulgaria. We offer the most renowned brands of telescopes in the world. ANDROMEDA Ltd. was established in 1995 by professional and amateur astronomers who know the needs of amateur astronomers in Bulgaria. We are the authorized distributor for Bulgaria of the most famous and most technological brand in the world of telescopes, the American company CELESTRON, founded in 1960 in California. We are also the authorized distributor for Bulgaria of the Italian company KONUS, founded in 1979 in Verona, which is dominant in the world for beginners with its rich accessories of telescopes, microscopes, binoculars and various sports goods. We are the ONLY BULGARIAN PUBLISHER of Astronomical Periodics - since 1999 we have been publishing a weekly TELESCOPE NEWSPAPER, and since 1994 we have been writing Andromeda. Trust in our experience!

http://telescope.bg

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Baader Planetarium

Baader Planetarium

The history of the name Baader in Astronomy however dates back to the year 1852, when Michael Baader opened an Optical Manufacturing Company in the middle of Munich, after having worked since 1838 in the optical glass works Company of "Martin Woerle" and being married with Woerle's daughter. Woerle had gained deep knowledge in the production of optical glass and the secrets of production and testing of achromatic lenses under direct supervision of "Josef von Fraunhofer", one of the founders of modern optics and inventor of the "German Mount". Baader Planetarium is situated near Munich / Germany. The Company was founded in Munich 1966 and has produced over 15000 school type planetaria since then, as well as 500 observatory domes of all sizes.

https://www.baader-planetarium.com/

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Celestron

Celestron

Celestron, is a leading designer, manufacturer and importer of high-quality optical products including computerized and non-computerized telescopes and related accessories, binoculars, spotting scopes and microscopes. Since manufacturing its first telescope in 1960, Celestron has grown to become one of the world’s leading telescope makers, and enjoys brand-name recognition among serious amateur astronomers for superior optics, outstanding design, and innovative technology. Celestron is a company based in Torrance, California, United States, that manufactures telescopes and distributes telescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, microscopes, and accessories. Founded 1964.

http://celestron.com

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Konus

Konus

Our company KONUS was founded in 1979 in Verona, a city in the North of Italy. Since the start we had a clear vision of our company: we want to provide high quality and functional products, supported by a complete service, in order to gain the total consumer satisfaction. Through the years this vision has become our company's mission.

http://konus.com

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Optika Microscopes Italy

Optika Microscopes Italy

OPTIKA Italy is one of the leading companies in the manufacturing and distribution of educational and laboratory equipment, with a 45-year experience in the production of scientific equipment. People worldwide rely on OPTIKA products and solutions for significant discoveries and the most diversified applications, every day. Our core values are driven by the desire to improve customer’s experience, by creating innovative technologies, ensuring the highest quality standards and expanding access to our products. The company was founded 1971 by a physics teacher with great capabilities in combining design skills with teaching sensitivity.

http://optikamicroscopes.com

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10Micron

10Micron

10Micron is a division of COMEC-Technology, an Italian precision mechanics and equipment Company, born in the sixties years. Our history commenced in the 1950’s when our father’s passion for mechanics had a significative influence on his sons education. Fortified by this conviction, Mariotti brothers founded a small mechanical workshop in 1960. Aware of the will to continue, they established the current company premises in Caronno Pertusella in 1968.

http://10micron.eu

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PlaneWave

PlaneWave

Founded in 2006, PlaneWave Instruments is committed to providing observatory-class products for serious astronomers at an unprecedented value. Developed by PlaneWave, the CDK (Corrected Dall-Kirkham) is a revolutionary new telescope optical system that was designed to excel at imaging on large format CCD cameras while remaining an excellent instrument for visual use. Created to meet the demands of both the serious imager and visual observer, the CDK is offered at an unprecedented value for a telescope of this quality and aperture. One advantage of the CDK design is its ease of collimation and achievable centering tolerance for a telescope of its class. This assures the user will get the best possible performance out of the telescope. The end result is a telescope which is free from off-axis coma, off-axis astigmatism, and curvature of field, yielding a perfectly flat field all the way out to the edge of the largest CCD sensors available today. Today PlaneWave makes a full line of CDK and Ritchey-Chrétien (RC) telescopes as well as imaging and observatory class mounts to provide complete imaging systems for both individuals and industry.

http://planewave.com/company/

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Sky-Watcher

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Orion Optics UK

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Orion USA

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Lunt Solar System

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Takahashi

Takahashi

In connection with Takahashi Seisakusho Ltd. In 1932, Mr. Kitaro Takahashi created a foundry in Tokyo. Just after the second world war, in 1946, he decided to enlarge it with a workshop of light alloy moulding. It is at this same period that the manufacturing of the optical instruments starts. In 1958, the business grows up. The company becomes Takahashi Seisakusho Ltd, directed by its president, Kiichiro Takahashi. In 1969, after many years of research and development, the manufacture of telescopes and optical accessories starts. Business thrives, not only on the Japanese domestic market but also with overseas sales. In 1970, considering that Fluorite (CaF2) offers greats advantages compared to common optical glasses, Takahashi begins research for its application and its use as bases for astronomical objectives. In 1971, a semi apochromat objective based on Fluorite combination is used for the first time. This first objective contributes strongly to the notoriety of the company. In October the same year, mounting P-2, first portable German EQ mount with incorporated polar finder, is put on the market. In 1974, in order to ensure the financing of the research, development and commercial expansion, the capital of the company is increased up to 16.000.000 ¥. In 1977, a Fluorite 90mm (F/13.3) refractor is developed and acquires immediately a very a good reputation on the market. The 100mm, 125mm and 150mm diameters follow quickly and contribute to increase the notoriety of the company again. Year 1977 sees also the birth of a mounting of great quality and high degree of accuracy : the 160JP. In 1981, a new Takahashi factory is built in Yorii, in the prefecture of Saitama, in order to answer the big raise of demand for various astronomical telescopes. Mr. Kiichiro Takahashi is named chairman of the company, while his younger brother, Mr. Eishiro Takahashi becomes General Manager of the company. The production of Newton MT-100 (F/6) refractors starts in 1982, followed the same year by the MT-300. The MT-160 and MT-200 are developed in 1983. Still in 1983, the EM-1 German EQ mount is marketed. It integrates a motor drive in right ascension and a polar finder. This mount contributes to strongly increase the volume of company's sales. In 1984, Takahashi puts in production the first Epsilon-130, followed soon by the Epsilon-160 and Epsilon-200, specially conceived for wide field photography The EM-10 mount is developed in 1987. It is a very versatil mount which integrates a double axis drives. The same year, Takahashi starts the study of the famous EM-200, with double axis drives, polar finder, setting circles and autoguiding capabilities. In 1989, the introduction of the EM-200 mount is a fantastic success. It becomes the dream of many amateur astronomers who use it for visual observation as well as for photography and CCD, a new technique growing rapidly.. The same year, Takahashi builds the first Dall-Kirkham reflector of the range Mewlon, the 180mm and then follow Mewlon-250 in 1990, Mewlon-210 in 1992 and finally Mewlon-300 in 1994. Some instruments of exception were born since such as : FS-60C with the FRC-300. Takahashi thus devotes itself, since more than a quarter of a century, to the development and the manufacture of optical combinations of exception, equatorial and additional mountings of very high-quality, with only one aim : answer the increasing demand of enthusiastic amateurs and fully satisfy their passion. At present, the Japanese firm employs nearly 40 people, divided in 3 workshops in the area of Tokyo. Subcontracting, reduced to the strict minimum, makes it possible to have a perfect control of each link of the production line of the instruments. The company markets, mainly, its instruments locally and directly through 2 stores: Starbase Tokyo and Starbase Nagoya. Export represents however a considerable share of its production. As a European exclusive importer, Optique Unterlinden company distributes Takahashi products towards its official and authorized retailers throughout Europe.

http://takahashi-europe.com

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Vixen

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ScopeDome Poland

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Andor Apogee Camera Range

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Finger Lakes Instrumentation

Finger Lakes Instrumentation

Finger Lakes Instrumentation, New York, USA FLI began operations in 1998 as a supplier of cooled CCD cameras for astronomical research. Today we operate from three facilities in two locations. Our Binghamton office is dedicated to Atlas focuser and High Speed Filter Wheel production, as well as software and mechanical engineering. Our two Lima facilities include a dedicated engineering facility and a state-of-the-art production facility. FLI supplies cameras worldwide for x-ray, spectrograph, DNA sequencing, gel documentation, astronomical research, aerospace, and a wide range of other applications. Our on-site staff includes a talented group of mechanical, optical, electrical and software engineers. FLI Cooled CCD cameras and accessories are designed and built in the state of New York, USA. We are a reliable supplier of cameras and accessories, and invite you to visit us at one of our facilities in New York.

http://flicamera.com

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Diffraction Limited and SBIG

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Optika Science Italy

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Fujinon

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Technical Innovations USA

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ZWO Company

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QHYCCD Astronomical Cameras

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Guangzhou Bosma Corp

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ATIK Cameras

ATIK Cameras

Atik Camera’s mission is to open the exciting world of astrophotography to everyone.

https://www.atik-cameras.com/

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