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Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope publisher: Celestron
sales rank: 30
price: $115.99 (new), $130.50 (used)
Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope
Gskyer Telescope, 60mm AZ Refractor Telescope, German Technology Travel Scope publisher: Gskyer
sales rank: 163
price: $76.99 (new)
Optical Design: Refractor
Focal Length: 350mm(13.78in)
Focal Ratio: F5.8
Max Magnification: 105
Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting BAK7 prism
Mount: Altazimuth Mount
Optical coating: Antireflection Blue Film
Barlow lens: 3X
Angular Field of View: 2°40"
Tuble connection: Altazimuth Mount Screw
Tripod: Aluminium Alloy Tripod
1 * Monocular telescope
1 *Zenith mirror
1 *10mm eyepiece
1 *25mm eyepiece
1 * Tripod
1 * Carry bag
1 * User manual
Entry-level refractive astronomical telescope with 60mm aperture and 350mm focal length, great for students or those who are interested in learning more about the space and night sky. With 3X barlow lens, this maximum magnification of this telescope can reach 105 times, which can increase the viewing capability. Lightweight and portable, this telescope can be a wonderful gift for those who love observing animals, enjoying scenery, traveling, etc.
Multiple interchangeable eyepieces with 1.5X erecting eyepiece and 3X barlow lens for increased viewing capability.
105X maximum magnification brings the distant scenery to your eyes.
Easy assembly with no tools required.
Aluminum alloy construction, lightweight and portable, good choice for beginning astronomer.
Don't clean the inner parts of the monocular or dissemble the monocular without guidance of expert.
Never look at the sun directly with this product.
Celestron 21038 Travel Scope 50 Telescope (Black) publisher: Celestron
sales rank: 325
price: $49.95 (new)
This telescope was designed with traveling in mind while offering exceptional value. The Travel Scope is made of the highest quality materials to ensure stability and durability. All this adds up to a telescope that gives you a lifetime of pleasure with a minimal amount of maintenance. Featuring a compact and portable design with ample optical performance, the Travel Scope is ideal for terrestrial as well as casual astronomical observation.
Celestron NexStar 130 SLT Computerized Telescope publisher: Celestron
sales rank: 168
price: $299.95 (new), $277.45 (used)
The nexstar 130 slt, like the other models in the slt Series, comes with a fully computerized hand control that gives you the ability to automatically slew to any of its 4,000+ objects, including over 600 galaxies, 300 clusters and dozens of beautiful binary stars. With its pre-assembled, adjustable steel tripod, quick release fork arm mount, and accessory tray, the nexstar 130 slt can be up and ready to use in a matter of minutes with no tools needed. The sky align alignment technology and the included star pointer finder scope with a Red LED, makes aligning a breeze. View the details of the lunar surface, the rings of Saturn, the polar ice caps on mars, the cloud belts on Jupiter or a number of the Messier objects using the additional light-gathering capabilities of the 130 slt's 5 inch primary mirror. Because of the Newtonian design, the mirror gives fully color-corrected views that are best suited for astronomical use. The internal battery compartment prevents cord wrap during use and Auxiliary Port is provided for additional accessories such as GPS accessory. Includes nsol telescope control software for basic control of your telescope via computer (with optional rs-232 cable) and is compatible with optional nexremote telescope control software, for advanced control of your telescope via computer.
Gskyer EQ 80900 Telescope, German Technology Telescope,Starwatcher Refractors publisher: Gskyer
sales rank: 651
price: $209.99 (new), $194.24 (used)
Telescope Specification Aperture： 80mm（3.2 in) Focal Length： 900mm(35.4 in) Focal Ratio： F11.25 Eyepiece1： 25mm(0.98 in) Magnification1： 36X Eyepiece2： 10mm(0.39 in) Magnification2： 90X Eyepiece3： 5mm(0.2 in) Magnification3： 180X Max Magnification： 540 Finderscope： 5*24 Zenith Mirror： 48° Erecting Prism Mount： EQ Advanced Equatorial Mount Linear Field of View(@1000yds/m)： 16ft (19) Optical Coating： Multi Antireflection Blue Film Barlow lens： 3X Limiting Stellar Magnitude： 12 Resolution(Rayleigh)： 1.74 Arcsec Resolution(Dawes)： 1.45 Arcsec Light Gathering Power： 131X Angular Field of View： 1.2° Tube Connection： Hook,Dovetail Plate Tripod： 1.27 inch Stainless Steel Tripod Brand Story Gskyer was born in a hot summer in July 1992. Several young entrepreneurs in their twenties started the company in a leased small house. The young men worked hard fully soaked by sweat day and night in the factory with low ceiling and smothering hotness. They tried hard to made the old machinery work with their never give-up sprint, hard-working attitude, and creative mind. The group conquered all kinds of difficulties including low machinery efficiency, high part scrap rate and everlasting money-losing pressure. With creative thinking, they modified and improved the product work flow and added CNC machine tools to improve the efficiency, quality of the product and increase production success rate. Eventually Gskyer got the support and approval needed from the contract company in Germany. Since then, Gskyer has been providing consumers in China telescopes and binoculars with high quality raw material, precise optics, and tremendous value at a great price. Gskyer has become a highly respected telescope brand in China. Nowadays, modern technology and management are part of the reason every Gskyer product is made with high quality. Weare known in China for high quality optics at a great price. Now that we want to go global, our goal is to make the ideal optional instrument for every family with best value proposition. We are committed to provide high-quality telescope, binoculars at best prices every family can afford. Enjoy the beautiful sky and we look forward to serving your need with our quality Telescopes & Binoculars!
Orion StarBlast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector Telescope publisher: Orion
sales rank: 1144
price: $179.99 (new), $179.00 (used)
A telescope is a great gift for families and beginners interested in space and the stars. Especially a telescope like the Orion StarBlast II 4.5 EQ. It's a genuine, real reflector telescope with sophisticated features to help inspire stargazers night after night.
With its 4.5 inch-diameter reflector tube and sturdy equatorial (EQ) mount with slow-motion controls, this telescope goes beyond the capabilities of smaller beginner models to support families as their interest in space grows into a lifelong appreciation of stargazing and science. The compact Orion StarBlast II 4.5 EQ is a favorite of both beginners and expert astronomers alike, thanks to its great optics, convenient portability, and easy-to-use operation.
The StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will amaze the whole family with bright views thanks to its big, 4.5 inch-aperture telescope tube, which collects a lot of light from the night sky to send bright, clear images of objects in space to the telescope eyepiece for viewing. The telescope's combination of short 450mm focal length and sizable 4.5 inch aperture means the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will provide brighter views at any magnification compared to longer focal length telescopes, which makes it easier for everyone, and especially beginners, to locate interesting sights in the night sky. Using a telescope allows curious families to explore the sparkling night sky and search out interesting objects to observe. Use the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ to look at fascinating craters, valleys and mountains on the Moon; and bright planets like Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. Even distant objects like star clusters, brighter nebulas and galaxies can be seen in this petite reflector telescope.
Along with the complete telescope, mount and tripod, the Orion Starblast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector also includes 25mm and 10mm Sirius Plossl eyepieces (18x and 45x respectively), EZ Finder II sight, MoonMap 260 and more.
Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope (Black) publisher: Optronic Technologies, Inc
sales rank: 267
price: $279.99 (new), $258.99 (used)
Our largest aperture SpaceProbe reflector telescope is the niftiest Newtonian reflector on an equatorial mount we've seen in a long time. The Orion SpaceProbe 130ST EQ Reflector Telescope is a step up from the standard SpaceProbe 130 EQ for the more serious beginning or intermediate stargazer who wants additional performance, particularly for targeting deep-sky objects. Just what's so nifty about the Orion SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope? The answer is best described as short and sweet. First, the short. This ST, or Short Tube, version of the SpaceProbe 130 reflector is indeed more compact than the standard model. The 130ST reflector telescope's optical tube measures 24 inches long compared to 33 inches on the standard 130. The focal length of the ST's 130mm (5.1inch) primary mirror is 650mm (f/5), yielding a wider field of view and brighter images for a given telescope eyepiece focal length. That brings us to sweet. The 130mm aperture primary is a diffraction-limited parabolic mirror, the same type used on much larger reflector telescopes costing many times as much. On a short-focal-length design like this one, a parabolic mirror is a must for focusing incoming light to a point and delivering sharp, detailed images. Moreover, the secondary mirror is held in an advanced holder with thin 0.5mm metal vanes, to reduce diffraction spikes and light loss. These features combined with the included 25mm (26x power) and 10mm (65x power) Sirius Plossl telescope eyepieces and quick-release 6x30 achromatic finder scope make this one sweet optical system for astronomy! The SpaceProbe 130ST EQ reflector telescope also includes a collimation cap and center-marked primary mirror for easy optical alignment. The Orion SpaceProbe 130ST telescope comes on a sturdy and precise EQ-2 equatorial mount with dual setting circles and slow-motion hand controls.
Educational Insights GeoSafari Omega Refractor Telescope publisher: Educational Insights
sales rank: 44467
price: $87.00 (new)
Explore the universe—even deep-sky phenomena—with this powerful 700 mm refractor telescope. Ideal for explorers of any age. Includes telescope with 30x, 60x, 120x, and 240x magnifications. Also includes 60 mm objective lens; 3 U.S. standard 1.25" eyepieces; 2x Barlow lens, 5x24 mm finder scope; 2-element achromatic objective lens; deluxe telescoping tripod; and all-glass optics.
Educational Insights Geosafari Vega 600 Telescope publisher: Lee Valley Tools
sales rank: 103338
price: $56.86 (new)
Both inquisitive young scientists and adults will enjoy investigating the universe through the precision optics of the Vega 600. With magnifications from 30x to 150x, all-glass optics, and rack-and-pinion focusing, stargazers and nature watchers are rewarded with bright, clear images. Perfect for scoping out rare birds or animals, as well as the moon, planets, and even binary stars. PLUS it's lightweight and simple to use, great for on-the-go observation. The Vega 600 is designed with high-quality components and features that make it appropriate for celestial and terrestrial discovery at any age.
Meade Instruments Infinity 102mm AZ Refractor Telescope publisher: Meade
sales rank: 1011
price: Too low to display (new)
Ideal for the observer who views both astronomical and terrestrial objects, the Meade Infinity Series combines an altazimuth mount and quality optics for a superb value. For newcomers and beginners alike, these refracting telescopes are a great way for you to discover the cosmos and the outdoors. You’ll discover more with the Meade Infinity Series.
If you’ve never owned a telescope before, the Infinity 102 Refractor is the best telescope to get started in astronomy. This large 102mm (4.0") aperture gives bright, sharp images for both land and celestial objects. Whether you're viewing the rings of Saturn, the moons around Jupiter, nebulae, or land objects, the Infinity 102 Refractor allows the first-time observer to explore the world, solar system, and beyond.
Pros: Right-side up image means you can use it for daytime observing (birds, hunting, ocean, etc)
Large aperture size lets you see more
Refractor means you don’t have mirrors to align (collimate); it’s ready to go out of the box
Tracking celestial objects is less easy than an EQ mount because the controls function left, right, up, down whereas EQ mounts turn with the rotation of the Earth
Q: How is this telescope different than the other Infinity models (90, 80, 70, etc)?
A: The differences between each model are aperture size. The bigger the aperture, the more light-gathering power the telescope will have, resulting in brighter, detailed images. The Infinity 102 differs from other Infinity models because it has a 102mm aperture, the largest of the Infinity series. The Infinity 102 comes with a panhandle attached to the mount, allowing for easy adjustments when locating an object, while the Infinity 50, 60, and 70 do not. It also comes with 3 eyepieces, while the Infinity 60 and 70 come with two.