An Astroscan telescope is probably one of the simplest and most convenient telescopes around. Great for beginners, experts, and kids, this model avoids any complex adjusters and stands that get in the way of doing what you want to, which is watching the stars. The telescope, because of its minimal parts is surprisingly inexpensive.
An Astroscan telescope is set up a bit differently than other styles of telescopes. Instead of using a traditional spherical mirror to catch light, this style uses a parabolic mirror, which gather more light than a traditional mirror and focuses the image to one point. So instead of just observing a mirror close up, the image of the night sky is focused into the eyepiece.
A great benefit of an Astroscan telescope is that it can be setup anywhere. With its rounded bottom, it sits on a padded mount that can be set on any firm flat surface. Nothing needs to be screwed in and you direct the sight of the scope just by moving it around rather than having to adjust screws. Despite its viewing power, it’s also very compact, which is great for traveling with it, or hiking to your best observation point.
The mirror is also permanently aligned so there’s no need for the difficult collimation process that has to be done over time with other scopes.
Finally, the scope has a huge amount of the sky it can see. At six full moons worth of space (or three degrees), these scope let you see a tremendous amount of the night sky, which reduces dead space and makes astronomy more exciting, because you’re seeing more with every look.
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