Our 120mm APO binoculars are excellently suited for comet observation. Currently, comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) can be seen very well in such large binoculars.
The binocular have now even made it into the ADR 8 pm daytime news. Here you can see an amateur astronomer observing the comet with 120mm APM APO binoculars with fork mount on a Berlebach tripod.
For those interested in the product, here is a link
This is what it brings:
Large order for authority 1400 pcs. APM MS 10x50 binoculars with reticle
APM builds observatory on the roof of the Luxembourg Science Center
Today APM Telescope delivers a 4.25 m clamshell dome to the Luxembourg Science Center.
We will then mount our currently largest refractor APM-LZOS 203 mm f/7 Triplet SuperED Apo in the dome.
The building is not quite finished yet, so installation has been scheduled for around March 2023.
Yesterday we put our RC16 with EQ8 into operation on the roof of our building in Sulzbach. Further expansion for remote operation is planned here.