The 114/900 Newtonian telescope gathers 225% more light than the 76mm model. This model is a very popular beginner's telescope available on the smallest equatorial telescope (EQ-1).
The theoretical resolution of a 114mm telescope is 1" and can show stars down to magnitude 13. Can be used to observe Moon, planets and shows surprising details. Saturn's Cassini-division is easy to see, just like Jupiter's athosphere and the jovian moons. Hundreds of brighter deepsky objects are also visible, from under dark skies globular clusters show individual members, Dumbell- and Ring-nebula is easy to observe, not talking about the famous Orion-nebula. All deepsky objects brigher than 10.5 magnitude are reachable. The magnification range is from 22x to 220x. Two Barium eyepieces (10mm and 25mm) are included (36x and 90x). The EQ-1 mount can be equipped with a clock drive. For better experience an EQ-2 mount is recommended.
SkyWatcher Luna-114e (114/900) Newtonian reflector on EQ1 mount with 5x24 finderscope, Barium25 (36x) and Barium10 (90x) eyepieces, simple Barlow-lens