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Lunar Telescope for Kids – Explore the Moon and its Craters
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- EASY TO USE – Excellent for beginning astronomers, the lunar telescope comes with a tripod and sets up in less than 1 minute
- HIGH-QUALITY OPTICAL GLASS LENSES – View all the details of the craters on the moon with the 18X “wide-view” and 90X “close-up” eyepieces (included)
- REAL METEORITE SPECIMEN – Incudes a genuine meteorite specimen from outer space for your rock collection
- INSPIRE A LOVE OF SPACE – The adventure guide and activity booklet will fuel your child’s interest in space with tons of amazing facts about the moon
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Explore the moon and its craters with this Lunar Telescope from Discover with Dr. Cool!
This easy-to-use telescope is the perfect way to introduce your child to the wonders of space! Set-up takes less than 1 minute. The simple vertical and horizontal adjustments make exploring the moon’s crater a breeze. The included table-top tripod provides the perfect stabilization so that you can share your view of the moon with your friends. Includes 18X and 90X optical glass lenses for “wide-view” and “zoomed-in” views of the lunar surface. You’ll see craters on the moon in great detail with this lunar telescope.
This Lunar Telescope Science Kit includes:
• Lunar telescope with high quality optical glass lenses
• Aluminum table-top tripod
• A real meteorite from space
• 18x and 90x eyepieces
• Full-color educational adventure guide written by teachers
• Activity booklet with 10 exciting puzzles, mazes, and challenges
Boys and girls will love immersing themselves in the included adventure guide. The adventure guide, written by teachers, includes tons of interesting scientific facts about the moon and space, while the activity booklet reinforces this learning with 10 fun activities, puzzles, and challenges. We’ve also included a genuine meteorite specimen so that each child gets a small piece of space to add to their rock collection! Embark on your space exploration journey today!
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The lens is actually not bad. With the included low power 20mm eyepiece you can get crisp, reasonably sharp views of the moon and stars. The higher power eyepiece is significantly dimmer, has a very narrow field of view, and is more difficult to use. It's really unnessary as you can see a lot with the low power eyepiece. There's also an adapter for use in viewing objects here on earth that turns images right side up (an astronomical telescope generally gives you an inverted view). It's long and makes the scope a good deal more wobbly than it already is.
Where this telescope falls short is the mounting and the construction. The eyepieces and the diagonal and the focused of the telescope are made of a thin, brittle, plastic that will require careful handling. The more serious problem is the tripod mount, which is wobbly and doesn't track smoothly. The moon and other objects in the sky are continually moving with respect to the Earth, so you can't just lock down the tripod and view. It's also very wobbly, so much so that viewing through the low power eyepiece is a bit difficult and viewing through the high power eyepiece is next to impossible.
Does this mean that you can't get a decent telescope for under $50? No. in fact, Celestron has a very stable table-top scope with an excellent 3" mirror that's superior in every way to this scope. It's designed for table top use, but it can also be mounted on a photographic tripod. And it comes with a useful guide to viewing the night sky- something the scope under review lacks. It's called the 21024 First Scope, and if you're looking for an inexpensive astronomical telescope for yourself or a child, I'd strongly recommend you buy that instead. For an additional ten dollars you'd be getting a lot more telescope.