This item is a small refracting telescope, especially suitable for amateur astronomy beginners, Configure two different magnification eyepieces and 1.5 X Extender positive mirrors can make you free to mix different distances and sizes of observed objects.
Ideal for distance spotting, general nature watching, hunting, viewing distant objects and surrounding landscapes, etc.
A larger diameter (50mm) and low-cost advantages.
Takes up little space and Net Weight: 1.78kg
Case Size: 43cm (L) x 10cm (W) x 26 cm (H) (completely positive)
Main tube Color: Silver (pictured)
High optical quality of the lenses in optical glass and metal tube
Two Eyepieces: 6mm (18x), 20mm (60x)
One Erecting Eyepieces: 1.5X
Package Included: 1 Set telescope
Warning: Do not look at the sun through the telescope from serious eye injuries will occur. Children under 8 years must be supervised by an adult when using the telescope.
Levenhuk Strike 60 NG Telescope Achromatic refractor. Objective lens diameter: 60 mm. Focal length: 700 mm. English package ID: 65553.
Levenhuk Strike 60 NG is a perfect tool to start your journey to the fascinating world of the amateur astronomy. Thanks to the advanced kit, you can start using it right after it’s been shipped without needing to purchase any accessories or searching for additional information on how to set telescope up or locate the desired celestial objects. Easy to use and provided with everything needed to start observations, this model is a great choice even for those who have no experience with astronomy whatsoever.
Levenhuk Strike 60 NG Telescope for Kids can show you not only the most interesting views of the Solar System objects, but also some deep-sky objects such as bright nebulae and galaxies. Besides that, the telescope can be used for terrestrial observations.
This telescope will be a great assistant to an aspiring astronomer of any age and will make an amazing gift for children and youngsters especially.
The kit includes: Telescope Easy set up Yoke mount with declination axis Stainless-steel tripod 0.965″ focuser 2 eyepieces: F20 mm, F6 mm 3×20 Red Dot finder scope Diagonal mirror 3x Barlow lens
Also you can find: “See it all!” astronomer’s book 3 posters Planisphere – a rotating star-chart Stellarium – 3D planetarium software Compass User manual and lifetime warranty
Delivers 1-Touch Telescope Location, Time, Date, Orientation & Alignment
Automatic Self Alignment
Advanced Coma-Free(Tm) (Acf(Tm)) Optics Provide Sharp, Clear Resolution
Built-In Eclips(Tm) Ccd Imager Captures & Saves Images Onto A Secure Digital Card(Tm) Or Allows Users To View Images On An External Monitor
Meade ACF-SC telescopes:
Almost every large telescope worldwide is a Ritchey-Chrétien, including NASA’s Hubble space telescope. The technology used by the pros can now belong to you too. Meade’s new Advanced Coma-Free System – powerful and high-precision – is within the reach of all ambitious amateur astronomers, astrophotographers and CCD photographers! It provides perfectly sharp star images, at the highest professional observatory level, over the entire field of view. The secret of coma-free system is – as the name says – the complete absence of coma, an optical aberration in which starlight is distorted and pulled into comet-like tails outside the central part of the image. Whether for observing or photography, the ACF Cassegrain optics from Meade is way ahead of conventional mass produced telescopes. It offers fantastic image quality, previously only available from Ritchey Chrétien telescopes and other exotic systems costing several times as much as the Meade system.
The LightSwitch GoTo mount:
The new innovative LightSwitch technology avoids all the difficulties that most beginners normally encounter with telescope alignment. After turning it on, the telescope aligns itself completely automatically and without further input. Equipped with an integrated sensor module (ISM), encompassing GPS and LNT (Level North technology), and combined with the new Eclips CCD camera, the new patented LightSwitch technology replaces the human eye and offers the only alignment procedure, worldwide, that needs no user input currently available in the field of amateur telescopes. After turning it on, electronic sensors download the current time and work out the current location of the device. Precision alignment is then carried out with the help of t