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Telescope 70mm Aperture 500mm – for Kids & Adults

Telescope 70mm Aperture 500mm

Telescope 70mm Aperture 500mm - for Kids & Adults Astronomical refracting Portable Telescopes AZ Mount Fully Multi-Coated Optics

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Telescope for Kids & Adults - 70mm Aperture 500mm AZ Mount Fully Multi-Coated Optics Astronomical refracting Portable Telescopes, with Tripod Phone Adapter, Carrying Bag, Remote Control
  • Excellent Quality Optics: Astronomical telescope features 500mm(f/7.1) focal length...
  • High Magnification: Our telescope for kids and adults is quipped with two...
  • Portable And Convenient: Comes with a phone adapter and an adjustable aluminum...
  • Satisfaction Quality: lifetime maintenance. If you have any questions about the...

Last update on 2022-11-23 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon


Product Description

Excellent Quality Optics: Astronomical telescope features 500mm(f/7.1) focal length and 70mm aperture, provides stunning views and protects your eyes.
High Magnification: Our telescope for kids and adults is quipped with two excellent-quality eyepieces (25mm and 10mm) and a 3x Barlow lens.it trebles the magnifying power of each eyepiece. Also with 5×24 finderscope makes locating objects easily.
Portable And Convenient: Comes with a phone adapter and an adjustable aluminum tripod. Wireless remote control and carrying bag make it easier for you portable and capture amazing images.
Great Gift Ideas: The telescope is a perfect Christmas gift or birthday gift for kids or beginner astronomers. It helps them build interest in astronomy and science, exploring the unknown, enjoy nature and away from the screen. The kids’ astronomical journey starts from here!
Satisfaction Quality: lifetime maintenance. If you have any questions about the product and service, please feel free to contact us, we will do our best to help you in 24 hours!
 
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FAQ

Is a 70mm aperture good?

Many amateur astronomers, however, consider a 70 mm refractor (which collects 36% more light than a 60mm telescope) to be the minimum size for a decent quality novice refractor telescope. It’s fine for looking at bright things like lunar features, planets, star clusters, and double stars.

Can I see Saturn rings with 70mm telescope?

With an eyepiece, you can’t compress all those light years of distance. A 70mm telescope can easily see Jupiter’s colourful bands and belts, as well as its four main moons, and Saturn’s rings.

What size aperture is best for telescope?

As a general guideline, your telescope should have a minimum aperture of 2.8 inches (70 mm) and ideally greater. Dobsonian telescopes are reflectors with a simple mount that offer a lot of aperture at a modest price. A bigger aperture allows you to see finer detail and fainter things than a smaller one.

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