This is really hard for me, I was never good with language at school, also the pic is not so clear.
It uses a lot of prewar old-style Kanji characters and loooooong run-on sentences, sorry for the bad
translation, they use stilted language which sounds really exaggerated....
"The Apollon" This device has an even larger objective than "The Comet", the vividness is high so
observations of even higher precision shall become possible, it adds to the tremendous grandeur
of space which is recognizable.
The objective is 47 mm diameter, focal length 800 mm, it has undergone precise construction and
testing, all types of aberrations have been duly removed so it is equivalent to a device of the highest
precision, when the "seeing" is good it shall satisfy the theoretical values of an equivalent detection
limit of 10.6 magnitude, resolution 2.40 arc seconds. Two accessory eyepiece are of a superb
"Huygen" type, the image is vivid, for the sun, it is still useful for obtaining great statistical research values
(they strung together a lot of important-sounding words?), the volcanic craters of the moon
(.... volcanic?), the mountain ranges and valleys, the rings of Saturn shall be observed
with high vividness. Also the telescope includes a patented solar projection device of our laboratory,
the device projects the image of the sun of size up to (sorry, can't understand, they use a special Kanji that
might mean 0.5 m or 1.5 m) diameter, so that solar phenomena such as sunspots can be observed
with high vividness by several people simultalenously. In addition to this, if one inserts a microscope
slide(?), it shall become a highly performing solar microscope (not telescope?), this is vital for
ensuring good learning and improving efficiency in classroom applications.
The OTA is painted white, the front, the eyepiece area, and the mount is painted black, also "nickel" plated(?)
and is beautiful. The mount is of English-type alt alz with slow motion controls, so that the OTA can
be moved up/down/left/right, and point to the celestial target and track with ease, it has none of the
desperation and inconvenience of moving the OTA directly by hand in the dark which is seen in models
that do not have this feature.
The vivid "terrestial eyepiece" is a magnification 25x type, the vivid diagonal allows the telescope to be
excellent for terrestrial use as well.
Right side of the picture:
For astronomical use (eyepieces?): 44x 89x
For terrestrial use: 25x
Eyepieces for astronomical use, 18 mm and 9 mm 2 pc.
"Sunglass" x 1 pc.
"Diagonal prism" x 1 pc.
"Solar projection device" x 1 pc.
"Wooden 2 stage tripod" x 1 pc.
"Case" x 1 pc.
This projection device is presumably that gizmo that is lying on the case underneath the telescope in the picture.
There should also be a "microscope slide", maybe a solar filter, also on the case.
Edited by X3782, 03 August 2018 - 12:48 PM.