Emerson refractor telescope: -High-quality glass optic for improved looking at. -fast Screw-Type Assembly with No Tools obliged. -Great for Star Tracking and Astronomical looking at. -360 Degree Rotating Pan Head allows you to Navigate the Night Sky. -Locking Tripod Legs completely Expand to Stand Up To 4-Feet High.
Track daily Sun Spots at home or the classroom. Ideal for travelling to see solar eclipses, too! The Solar 60 computerized telescope system makes it simple for your family or classroom to see sun spots right on a computer screen. The computerized telescope locates and auto-tracks to keep the sun (or moon, planets, and other celestial objects) in view. Set it up at home or school and everyone can see the daily changes in the sun spots. The Solar 60 comes complete with a threaded solar filter to switch to night time looking at. Also included is a agreeing orange back pack for easy storage and travel.
The classic air-spaced, crown-and-flint, doublet achromatic 52306 refractor is reborn with the aim to produce superior-class optical figure in a short (f/6. 5) focal length design with Explore Scientific Air-Spaced Doublet AR Series. The AR152 (six-inch), with its bigger aperture optics gathers 44 more light over the AR127 (five-inch) model, much lighter pictures and higher resolution. Our goal was to offer an extreme value by true diffraction-restricted optics at a price that will let more people to explore the sky with a large-field big aperture refractor. Pictures of deep sky objects are stunning at low powers. At high power the moon and the planets are revealed in sharp, high contrast. Intended to manage the rigors of public star parties and educational outreach, the Explore Scientific AR Series telescopes come with heavy-responsibility, high quality parts, as well as a 2" dual-speed Crayford-style focuser, a one-part 2" diagonal with 99 dielectric coatings, an 8 X 50 non-illuminated straight -thru finderscope and fast release bracket, and a cradle ring assembly with Vixen-style dovetail mount. Just add some eyepieces and the alt-azimuth or equatorial mount of your choice and you will be prepared to discover the Universe.
Vixen's New Sphinx SX2 Equatorial Mount is the newest entry into the line of award winning Sphinx Mounts. The New SX2 Mount features the NEW STAR BOOK ONE Hand Controller to track objects with ease. Vixen&'s groundbreaking STAR BOOK TEN is an choice that may be added to this mount. The Sphinx SX2 Equatorial Mount sets up in minutes. One screw secures it to the tripod. Beginners and seasoned hobbyists will gain from the portability of the mount, the easy to use controller, the capability to download future upgrades straight to the controller and the versatility of putting a range of optical tubes on this mount. The short profile declination head and interior motors largely improve balance and motion around the RA Axis. This groundbreaking, lightweight design guarantees exact motor control. The Counterweight Shaft is constructed of corrosion tolerant stainless steel, it retracts into the Sphinx mount body for easy storage. STAR BOOK ONE Functions: Celestial, Solar, Lunar, and King&'s Rate Tracking, Slewing Speeds Variable from 0. 1x to 999x sidereal, Backlash reimbursement, PEC, Auto guider port, Screen light Adjustable, Direction Keys, Red LED Light The ED81S Refractor set a new standard for APO Refractors. The mix of better color correction from the new ED glass and lighter pictures from its fast f/7. 7 focal percentage will satisfy the most calling for visual astronomer or astro-photographer. The new ED glass produces clear and high contrast looking at, virtually free of false color. Vixen's groundbreaking design uses newly worked on, environmentally friendly glass technology. The optical tube is stable still light weight. Vixen's new Dual Speed concentrate, now standard on the ED81 Refractor, gives good concentrate modifications for 1/seventh speed concentrating.
The ED 80SF was firstly listed as an entry level APO, however now with so many astronomers giving us such glowing reviews, it seems that we'll have to reclassify this product! The ED80Sf refractor features high-grade glass and quality parts. Coupled with a medium f/7. 5 focal percentage, the ED 80Sf delivers a sharp, color-free image of high contrast. At only 22. 4", this is our final grab-n-go APO travel scope. The ED80Sf comes complete with Aluminum Case, Flip Mirror, finder Scope and Rigs.
Worked on for beginner and amateur astronomers, the Meade Polaris Series delivers an experience that will have you wanting to the skies for many nights to come. Combining an equatorial mount and quality optics with superb value, the Meade Polaris refracting and reflecting telescopes are your gateway to the cosmos. The Polaris 90 refracting telescope is great for beginners and amateurs who want to discover more. With a 90mm (3. 5") aperture size, the Polaris 90 will deliver bright, clear pictures for the aspiring astronomer to take pleasure in. If you are looking at details on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, the moons of Jupiter, polar caps on Mars, or terrestrial objects, the Polaris 90 Refractor lets the 1st-time observer to explore the world, solar system, and beyond. Pros: Right-side up image means you may be able to use it for daytime observing (birds, hunting, ocean, etc) Once polar aligned, the equatorial mount lets you to find and track celestial objects because it rotates with the Earth, instead of the up-down left-right directions of an altazimuth Refractor means you don&'t have mirrors to align (collimate); it&'s prepared to go out of the box Cons: Not as much detail seen from deep-sky objects when in comparison to our reflecting telescopes Q: How is this telescope different than other Polaris models (127, 80, 70, etc)? A: The differences between each model are aperture size and telescope type. The bigger the aperture, the more light-gathering power the telescope will have, ensuing in lighter, in depth pictures. The Polaris 114, 127, and 130 are reflecting telescopes, meaning they use mirrors to produce a picture. The Polaris 70, 80, and 90 are refracting telescopes, which use lenses to produce a picture. The Polaris 90 has a 90mm aperture, smaller than the Polaris 130, 127, and 114 reflectors, however it's the biggest refracting telescope of the series.
Why chose the LeeKer Telescope kit? Check out the sky, stars and planets with this LeeKer Telescope kit. It's an ideal choice for a young astronomer who wants to learn about the worlds beyond Earth. This astronomical telescope is movable, so kids can get different views of the sky. It's tough and intended for use by kids. It will include 2 eyepieces, a 90 Zenith mirror, 1. 5X Erecting Eyepiece and a tripod to set it on as you enjoy breathtaking views of the sky. The optimum magnification depends on what you're looking at. As a rule of thumb, the best image results from using a magnification, which isn't more than 1. 5X - 2. 0X the diameter of the objective lens. For observation of moss heavenly bodies, a magnification of 75X - 100X may be achieved with a 50mm objective lens. A lower magnification should be used for the observation of the stars. This gives a wider field of view and simplifies aiming the telescope at the wanted object. The maximum magnification should be used only for especially clear objects like the moon, which is comparatively close to the Earth and bright, permitting good resolution of details at high magnification. The 1. 5X Erecting Eyepiece not only increases the magnification of telescope but also correct the direction of the image. As an example, a telescope, which has a magnification of 60X, will have a magnification of 90X when a 1. 5X Erecting Eyepiece can be used. Moreover, when the telescope can be used to view landscope, the erecting eyepiece can straighten out the image.
Celestron isn't only changing the way we experience astronomy, however we are also changing the way you interact with the night sky. The Astro Fi 90mm Refractor is a completely shown telescope that may be controlled with your smart phone or tablet using the free Celestron Sky Portal app. Celestron&'s Sky Portal app replaces the conventional telescope hand control for a 100 wireless experience. Just hold your smart device up to the night sky. When you find an object you&'d like to view, tap the screen. Your Astro Fi telescope automatically slews to the object, while the screen displays info about it. It&'s never been more fun to explore the universe! The Astro Fi 90 creates own wireless connection, so it can communicate with your device in remote places where WiFi or cellular networks aren&'t available. To get prepared to watch is fast and painless thanks to Celestron&'s award-winning Sky Align technology. Center any three bright objects in the eyepiece, and your telescope calculates its position. You may be able to produce a Sky Tour of all the best celestial objects to view depending on your exact time and place. Reliable CELESTRON OPTICS groundbreaking WiFi technology powers the Astro Fi, however it&'s the optics inside the telescope tube that make it a Celestron. For over 50 years, we&'ve led the business in optical technology-and we put that experience into the Astro Fi 90. This 90 mm refractor with completely coated optics offers dazzling views of craters on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, the Orion Nebula, the Hercules Globular Cluster and so more.
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 good 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 70 Refractor is a good telescope to get started in astronomy. This 70mm (2. 8") aperture gives bright, sharp pictures for both land and celestial objects. If you are looking at the lunar craters, rings of Saturn, the moons of Jupiter, or terrestrial objects, the Infinity 70 Refractor lets the 1st-time observer to explore the world, solar system, and beyond. Pros: Right-side up image means you may be able to use it for daytime observing (birds, hunting, ocean, etc) Easy assembly Refractor means you don&'t have mirrors to align (collimate); it&'s prepared to go out of the box Cons: 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, 50, etc)? A: The differences between each model are aperture size. The bigger the aperture, the more light-gathering power the telescope will have, ensuing in lighter, in depth pictures. The Infinity 70 has a 70mm aperture, bigger than the Infinity 50 and 60. It has a smaller aperture size, however a reduced cost than the Infinity 80, 90, and 102. The Infinity 60 and 70 come with two eyepieces, while all other Infinity models come with three.
Looking for a movable and easy to assemble telescope for celestial looking at? Then the AstroMaster Series is just for you! The AstroMaster Series produces bright, clear pictures of the Moon and planets. Easily watch the belts and moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn with each one of these good instruments. For breathtaking views of lighter deep space objects like galaxies and nebulae, we suggest the bigger aperture and light-gathering capability of the Newtonian Reflector.
This movable 80mm refractor telescope is ideal for astronomy buffs on-the-go, or for those looking for a compact telescope setup with exact auto tracking abilities. Its 80mm (3. 1") aperture and 350mm focal length (f/4. 3) will supply nicely in depth views of lighter objects in the night sky, like the Moon, bright planets, and some remote deep space objects like sparkling star clusters and lighter nebulas. Once you have manually aimed the telescope at any celestial object, you will be able to watch it for expanded periods of time as the StarBlast AutoTracker Mount automatically tracks its obvious motion across the night sky. The included 90-deg star diagonal gives a comfy nighttime looking at angle, and two included 1. 25" eyepieces (10mm and 25mm) let you survey the sky with two different magnifications (35x and 14x in that order). An Orion EZ Finder II reflex sight is included to assist you easily aim the 80mm telescope. This tracking tabletop refractor info the scales at just 11. 4 lbs. When assembled, so it is easy to bring along on road-trips, camping adventures, and other outings. This telescope comes with our value-filled Orion Beginner Barlow Kit for powerful performance! The included Beginner Barlow Kit is a great mix of accessories for anybody beginning a hobby of amateur astronomy and will include the powerful Orion Shorty 2x Barlow Lens, also as the useful Orion Beginning Stargazers Toolkit.
The universe is studded with stars, galaxies and planets, creating many breathtaking pictures. Starwatcher telescopes from BARSKA can bring us closer to them, giving us some fascination insights of those faint fuzzies. The Starwatcher series offers a range of refractor and reflector telescopes for the budding astronomer to an fan and to a professional. Come aboard on an astronomical adventure with our quality optics. Groundbreaking and fun, Starwatcher telescopes lets you to view the night sky or nature wonders in its complete great splendor. Each Starwatcher telescope will include a complete package of the telescope, finderscope and all other accessories neccesary to learn. The professional models will include a red dot finder that superimposes a tiny red dot at infinity on the night sky, to assist you aim at the sky target. They also include our Deepsky Astronomy software. This software is filled wtih many features that novice users also as experienced users will appreciate. Its features a searchable database of over 10, 000+ objects as well as nebulae, star clusters, double stars, variable stars and others. It also has an observing planner, interactive star charts and many others that will assist you begin your journey to the stars! supported by restricted Lifetime Warranty.
Schieber Telescopes is the advanced Discoverer Pro I Astrophotography Package that will include a high-quality 3. 5 inch refracting telescope with EQ2 equatorial mount, a 3. 0 MP digital eyepiece camera and an a really advanced kit of accessories worth 360. Levenhuk Strike 900 PRO telescope is a refractor with a big 90 mm aperture and equatorial mount. This telescope and camera is greatly suggested for amateur astrophotography and especially for Solar System Imaging. The bundle will include: Levenhuk Strike PRO Telescope on a EQ2 equatorial mount; Aluminum tripod; Eyepieces: SUPER 10 mm, SUPER 25 mm; An extra Plssl 6. 3 mm eyepiece; 2X Barlow lens; Set of four Planetary filters; Lunar filter; Solar filter; 6x30 finder scope; "See it all!" Astronomer's Handbook with descriptions of 280 celestial objects; Space Posters Set (Moon, Sun and Other Stars, Solar System); Planisphere; Stellarium software CD to help you throughout your astronomical observations; Compass; Levenhuk Zongo 80 Telescope Case; 3. 0 MP Digital Eyepiece Camera; Camera USB Cable; Camera Editing Software; User manual and lifetime warranty. The digital eyepiece camera connects to the USB port on your computer and gives you a real-time image from your telescope, directly on your computer screen. This is the best way to view high resolution pictures of the moon, planets, sun (with solar filter), and deep-sky objects. The beautiful 20481536 pictures you watch may be shared with family and friends and posted on social media. The digital eyepiece camera is shipped individually but will arrive about the same time as the telescope package. Well-matched with Window XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Window 8, Windows 8. 1 (tablets). An optional Single Axis motor drive may be added to track objects as move they across the sky. Telescope Bundle Kit doesn't include tablet PC, tablet holder or tablet cable.
The classic air-spaced, crown-and-flint, doublet achromatic refractor is reborn with the aim to produce superior-class optical figure in a short (f/6. 5) focal length design with Explore Scientific Air-Spaced Doublet AR Series. If you decide the AR127 model, you'll be impressed by the stunning pictures revealed to you at the eyepiece, and all at a small fraction of the price you'd pay for a comparably sized apochromat refractor. Intended to manage the rigors of public star parties and educational outreach, the Explore Scientific AR Series telescopes come with heavy-responsibility, high quality parts, as well as a 2" dual-speed Crayford-style focuser, a one-part 2" diagonal with 99 dielectric coatings, an 8 X 50 non-illuminated straight -thru finderscope and fast release bracket, and a cradle ring assembly with Vixen-style dovetail mount. Just add some eyepieces and the alt-azimuth or equatorial mount of your choice and you will be prepared to discover the Universe.
For beginning stargazers or families who want a starter telescope able of more oomph and more performance than a conventional 60mm refractor, we present the Orion Observer 70mm Equatorial Refractor Telescope. In comparison to a 60mm refractor, the Observer 70 EQ can reveal an greater range of stellar gems and supply greater resolution of old favorites like the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and the Orion Nebula. The Orion Observer 70 EQ Refractor Telescope features a multi-coated, achromatic glass objective lens that is 70mm in diameter, with a focal length of 700mm (f/10). This glass lens takes in 36 more light than a 60mm lens for lighter, clearer views. Bottom line: you will see more than you could through telescope with a smaller aperture. The telescope tube is held in fast-releasing tube rings on the Orion EQ-1 equatorial mount. Also made of aluminum, the EQ-1 mount supports the telescope and mimics the rotational axes of the Earth, which in turn lets you to manually "track" celestial objects with the Observer 70 refractor using slow-motion controls. For extra convenience, an optional EQ-1M electronic drive (sold individually) may be installed to offer auto, hands-free tracking. The Observer 70mm Telescope Kit comes with everything you have to start observing the night sky now. The included telescope eyepieces supply two different magnification alternatives right out of the box! we suggest starting with the 25mm ocular to get large, 28x views. Then for closer looks, you may be able to increase the power all the way up to 70x by using the 10mm telescope eyepiece. The included Orion EZ Finder II red-dot sight makes aiming the telescope nice and easy. A 90-degree mirror diagonal is included for comfy nighttime looking at. This value-filled telescope kit also will include a Shorty 2x Barlow, Star Target planisphere star map, MoonMap 260, and RedBeam Mini LED keychain flashlight.
We can guide you to better quality astrophotos, literally, with our Orion Awesome Autoguider package. Regardless what telescope you are using for long-contact image catch, exact guiding is an complete prerequisite to get pinpoint star pictures. This exclusive package makes autoguiding easy, and its price is easy on your wallet. Package will include Orion ShortTube 80 refractor, StarShoot AutoGuider, 1. 25" Extension tube (for concentrate), Guide scope rings and Guide scope ring mounting bar. If you aspire to be a great astrophotographer, get the cheap Awesome Autoguider package today.
You will use up hours on end scanning the Milky Way for nebulas and star clusters with this economical astronomy telescope package. It has completely multi-coated 80mm f/5. 0 optics and a 90-deg mirror star diagonal (1. 25"). We have beefed up the finder scope to an 8x40, and included two large-field Expanse eyepieces. The EQ-1 equatorial mount lets smooth manual tracking with the slow-motion cables, or automated tracking with optional EQ-1M electronic drive. Padded case for optical tube now included. One-year restricted warranty.