Explore Scientific ExploreOne Aurora II 114 x 1100mm Reflector Telescope
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Why it's a great gift
- Refractor telescope is simple to set up and use, ideal for amateur astronomers
- 114mm aperature ensures clear views of celestial wonders like galaxies, nebulae, and star clusters
- Included 5x24 red-dot finder helps to locate and pinpoint objects in the night sky
- Downloadable astronomy software provides helpful information about space to make finding objects easier
- 114mm aperture and 1100mm focal length let you view stars, the moon, and planets in stunning clarity
- 26mm and 9.7mm Plössl eyepieces provide the perfect lens for any type of viewing
- Sturdy mount and adjustable tripod keep the scope steady for optimal viewing
- Alt-Azimuth Mount
- 2 x Eyepieces
- Red Dot Finder
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Of the 5 reviewers who responded, 1 would recommend this product.
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- Not as excited about this item as I wanted to be- April 2, 2021
Not as happy with this as I thought I would be. Firstly, the images that I see is not at all as great as I thought it would be, and when you are looking at images that are more terrestrial, you need to get a diagonal because it is not included. I was going to send it back, but rationalized that I haven't given it a chance to see what it is capable of. Since I am restricted by the lights of the city, I know I am restricted in seeing many deep sky objects. I can say that I did see the moons craters clearlyNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Newtonian Telescope- May 7, 2021
Always wanted a telescope, but I wish I would have researched it a bit more before purchasing this particular one. Overall it seems like it is build very well, however, I was not aware that the image would be inverted. After emailing the vendor to see if something was wrong with the telescope I discovered that this is a Newtonian telescope and that the image will be upside down. For me, that will not really work so I am taking it back.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- - May 31, 2020No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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