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This is one of our best telescopes for kids interested in astronomy and space. This high magnification telescope is a full-fledged refractor telescope complete with everything you need to start enjoying the night sky right out of the box. This telescope will make a great gift for any child interested in exploring starry skies, as it will provide astronomical adventures night after night! The whole family will enjoy the sharp celestial sights provided by the astronomical Telescope. For starters, Saturn and its beautiful rings, Jupiter and its dancing moons, and the changing phases of Venus all display nicely in the telescope. Close-up views of the Moon's rocky, cratered surface will give you and your family a new way of looking at our planet's nearest neighbor in the night sky.
Even the contrasting blue and gold gems of the double star Albireo can be detected with the telescope, not to mention dozens of brighter "deep-sky" gems, including the magnificent Orion Nebula and the glittering Pleiades and Beehive star clusters. 675X Specifications: Material: Aluminium alloy + Optical glass Model: F90060 Focal length:900mm Lens diameter: 60mm Optical system:Reflection Eyepiece:SR4mm/H12.5mm/H20mm Accuracy:1.842 second of arc Horizon1.2 degree Zenital:90 degree Finderscope5*24 Optical Magnification Magnification:45/65/72/108/135/216/675X Focusing mode: Double wheel adjustment shaft Tripod Max. height: Approx.1260mm Dimension: Approx. 1260*830mm Weight:5kg
675x High Magnification Astronomical Telescope Features:
- 675X high magnification.
- Aluminum material, light and portable.
- Tripod for height adjustment,quick and easy to set up, telescope easily removed for hand held use.
- Glass optical components with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brightness and clarity.
- It is helpful when at sporting events, under the night sky.
- A perfect present for kids as a great way to open up the wonders of the universe to the aspiring astronomer.