SUPER CLEAR EYEPIECES: K25mm, K6mm High quality optical glass lens with magnification of 16X and 67X.
HIGH QUALITY OPTICS! ALUMINUM TABLETOP TRIPOD. Refraction type / focal length:360mm(f/5.1), 400mm(f/5.7). Aperture:70mm. Prism: 45°correct image prism diagonal.
3X BARLOW LENS – increase the power of telescope, make us easier to focus moon and stars. 5X24 FINDER SCOPE – locate objects faster.
ALTITUDE-AZIMUTH MOUNTING: The telescope is equipped with an altitude-azimuth mounting, can be moved vertically (altitude) and horizontally (azimuth).
It is a HIGH-POWERED telescope, suitable for entry-level amateur astronomers and teens kids to explore land & sky.
It is a telescope with good performance observation of celestial bodies, suitable for entry-level amateur astronomers and children. Different magnification eyepieces can make you free with observed at different distances and sizes objects. As long as you have enough imagination, there will be more interesting and practical usefulness!
SELECTING THE CORRECT EYEPIECE Always start viewing with your 25mm eyepiece. This is your low power eyepiece and its wide viewing field will make it easier to locate objects. Once you have located an object and the view is clear you may wish to change to the high power eyepiece.
3X BARLOW LENS It increases the power of telescope to let us easier to focus moon and stars.
FINDER SCOPE: Since a telescope has a narrow field of view by design, it can be challenging to LOCATE A PARTICULAR STAR or PLANET. For this reason the telescope is fitted with a low-power, wide-field miniature telescope called a finder scope.
MOON, PLANETS, STARS To find the PLANETS, you will need information about their times of visibility. Each of the planets provides interesting views. Venus is covered with clouds. Mars is the red planet. Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system…Beyond our solar system there are many more objects to be found. GALAXIES, NEBULAE, and STAR CLUSTERS abound!
Note: Object in the finder scope are upside down. This is normal and is common to all astronomical telescopes.
Package: Main tube x 1 K6mm eyepiece x 1 K25mm eyepiece x 1 3X Barlow Lens x 1 Finder Scope x 1 45°Diagonal prism x 1 34cm height Aluminum Tabletop Tripod x 1 Color Box
A great first telescope for kids and families to “test the waters” of stargazing at an affordable price
FunScope lets you see craters on the Moon, bright planets in our solar system, and brighter sparkling star clusters and nebulas
Includes the Orion MoonMap 260 (.99 value) which makes it fun and easy to find the names of the craters and lunar features you see in the FunScope telescope
FunScope’s 76mm-diameter optics collect 60% more light than typical 60mm beginner telescopes and it comes with a lot of useful accessories
The portable FunScope weighs only 4 lbs. so it’s easy for kids to take camping, on field trips, or for quick nighttime adventures out in the backyard. Limit: two units per customer.
A fun telescope indeed! Beginning astronomers will enjoy hours of stellar exploration with this amazing little tabletop telescope. Designed specifically with first-time telescope buyers and their families in mind, the FunScope is a great way to “test the waters” of stargazing – affordably! The FunScope is no toy, but it is great for kids and families. FunScope is a real reflecting telescope with a 76mm (3″) diameter mirror which collects 60% more light than typical 60mm beginner’s telescopes for brighter and better views of objects in space. But what can you see with it? A lot! With the FunScope, kids and the whole family can see craters and mountains on the Moon in exquisite detail. What’s more, the FunScope Moon Kit includes the Orion MoonMap 260. This detailed map of the Moon lets budding astronomers to learn the official names of Moon features they observe using the FunScope. Great views of bright planets Jupiter and ringed Saturn are also within reach of FunScope. Unlike many starter telescopes that don’t come with add-ons, FunScope includes a host of useful accessories so you get more out of every night under the stars. You’ll get a 20mm eyepiece which gives a 15x view, and a 10mm eyepiece for more powerful 30x views. An included red-dot finder makes aiming easy. FunScope’s sturdy tabletop mount provides smooth up/down and left/right motion, and it arrives pre-assembled in the box so you don’t have to worry about assembly. Get your FunScope today!
Bring the cosmos to your table! This little wonder telescope packs a big performance punch with its 80mm aperture refractor optics and compact portable tabletop base
Observe the Moon, planets, star clusters and bright cloudy nebulas
EZ Finder II red-dot sight makes it easy to accurately aim the Go Scope, then you can view them through the included 20mm or 10mm 1.25-Inch telescope eyepieces
Lightweight design lets you take the Go Scope anywhere and its base can be easily mounted on a tripod with a 3/8 inch or 1/4-20 threaded post
Ideal for beginners, the Go Scope 80mm collects over 70% more light than a 60mm refractor telescope
For portability and low-power, wide-field viewing, look no further than the Orion GoScope 80mm Refractor Telescope. This ultra-compact, entry-level Mini-Dob makes a great quality first telescope for beginning stargazers. But it’s not just for “newbies” – the GoScope 80’s convenient size makes it a true “grab-and-go” telescope, perfect for the mobile interests of more experienced amateurs. With an 80mm objective lens and 350mm focal length (f/4.3), the GoScope 80 performs rather impressively for its modest size, collecting over 30% more light than its 70mm counterpart, and over 70% more light than a 60mm refractor. The included 20mm (18x) and 10mm (35x) 1.25″ eyepieces will aid in your exploration of the solar system as you observe the Moon’s craters and seas, the rings of Saturn, and the moons of Jupiter. You’ll also delight in open and globular star clusters, as well as a nebula or two. The tube assembly of the GoScope 80mm Refractor Telescope is attached to a stable table-top swivel base, via a quick-release dovetail mount with adjustable altitude tension. The tube can easily be removed from the base and mounted on an optional photo tripod. The small swivel base itself can also be mounted on a camera tripod with a 3/8″ or 1/4″-20 threaded post. A red-dot view finder, internal focuser (which moves the primary lens back and forth) and included 90-degree star diagonal round out the features of this compact, yet surprisingly capable, refractor telescope.