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I gave this to my daughter when she was 10. It is simple to use, provides a very good view of the moon and really bright planets like Venus. It also comes with a program for your pc that lets you put in where you live and shows you what constellations and planets should be visible in the night skies in your area based … see more I gave this to my daughter when she was 10. It is simple to use, provides a very good view of the moon and really bright planets like Venus. It also comes with a program for your pc that lets you put in where you live and shows you what constellations and planets should be visible in the night skies in your area based on the time of year and direction you're looking. see less I gave this to my daughter when she was 10. It is simple to use, provides a very good view of the moon and really bright planets like Venus. It also comes with a program for your pc that lets you put in where you live and shows you what constellations and planets should be visible in the night skies in your area based on the time of year and direction you're looking.
By Charlie B on December 12, 2013
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This telescope can be used to observe the craters on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, and even the moons of Jupiter. If you are more interested in terrestrial viewing it also works well for spotting birds. The amount of education one can receive from this telescope, or any telescope or scientific instrument, depends high… see more This telescope can be used to observe the craters on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, and even the moons of Jupiter. If you are more interested in terrestrial viewing it also works well for spotting birds. The amount of education one can receive from this telescope, or any telescope or scientific instrument, depends highly on the users own ability to properly operate the tool and their ability to understand what it is they observe. see less This telescope can be used to observe the craters on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, and even the moons of Jupiter. If you are more interested in terrestrial viewing it also works well for spotting birds. The amount of education one can receive from this telescope, or any telescope or scientific instrument, depends highly on the users own ability to properly operate the tool and their ability to understand what it is they observe.
By Steven on April 3, 2014
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I want to say 5'.. I bought it last Xmas for grandson.. Tripod is lt wt aluminum..If you take care of it it's a nice learning tool.. I thought it was worth the $...
By PasadenaJess on March 21, 2013
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Although its up to you, it may be best as a family activity or project for children between the ages of 7 and up who will enjoy watching celestial events. It's educational too. The product is packaged with software, two CD's with easy-to-follow instructions and a sky map to install. Hope your family will like it as muc… see more Although its up to you, it may be best as a family activity or project for children between the ages of 7 and up who will enjoy watching celestial events. It's educational too. The product is packaged with software, two CD's with easy-to-follow instructions and a sky map to install. Hope your family will like it as much as mine. see less Although its up to you, it may be best as a family activity or project for children between the ages of 7 and up who will enjoy watching celestial events. It's educational too. The product is packaged with software, two CD's with easy-to-follow instructions and a sky map to install. Hope your family will like it as much as mine.
By Happy Customer on October 16, 2013
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Yes but its garbage.
By DARRIN DEVEAUX on February 26, 2016
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Like 85 cm to 1 meter...
By ZEPOLNAVI on November 4, 2014
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No...at least not other than a white dot. This telescope is basic and not for deep space.
By Yuneek Products SELLER on November 3, 2016
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With the instructions there was an 800 number to contact them. I would first try that they could help. I have never had a problem with them
By Bill Foster on April 2, 2015
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Yes the 60az is an excellent telescope for your kid
By CapScottMitchells on December 14, 2015