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But First Champagne T-Shirt Orion SkyScanner 100mm Tabletop Reflector Telescope Kit Max 82% OFF Electronics => Camera Photo => Binoculars Scopes Cheap Offers Shop But First Champagne T-Shirt Buy Online With Best Price 150 million shoppers a year in my website and app to discover and buy an assortment of 8 million items. This is a super fun portable telescope for eye viewing. If you're looking for a very first scope for someone, this is actually a decent option. The kit extras are so-so if you're already into astronomy, but they seem like nice resources to help get started.The included eyepieces are pretty good, and the red dot finder scope is quite effective. The red dot also has some really cool futuristic vibes going on, which may help get kids enthused about using the telescope. Getting things all lined up is straightforward enough, and the included documentation seemed good. (That said, this is our second telescope, so we already knew what we were doing.)It can't be collimated, which is a mixed blessing: if it's collimated from the factory, it's unlikely to lose that collimation. On the other hand, if it's ever miscollimated, you can't fix it. Ours was really well-collimated out of the box, though, so hopefully Orion stays on top of the quality control for that.The mount is a bit meh, but, honestly, "meh" is far better than I was expecting out of a bunch of MDF with plastic laminat. If you're using it on tabletops, the mount is really effective and approachable. If you want to put it on a tripod, it's a bit heavier than you might want. There's also no place to put your extra eyepieces, which is a bummer. Eyepieces without a place to live get dirtier faster, and are also much more likely to get scratched.I bought this for my kid's birthday in October 2020, as a telescope for mom's house. We have a much bigger Celestron 117mm scope here, which we used for Jupiter observations in 2020. When this arrived, we set both of them up side-by-side for a few nights (before he went back to mom's house). In terms of image quality, it was hard to tell the difference between the two scopes. The Celestron has a much longer focal length, so it "zooms in" more, and its mirror is a bit bigger, but this little guy really held its own head-to-head.Overall, I really liked this scope while it was here. Since then, it's been camping, used in city parks, and well-loved. It was a really pleasant surprise just how good this little telescope was: I keep having to talk myself out of buying one of my own.
This was a big hit with my granddaughter as she is focused at age 13 on working for NASA some day. last year she wanted to be a marine..hahaha. Her only complaint was that the telescope didn't come in pink. Young girl seem to like pink So maybe thats something to think about on the marketing end for Orion.First. Pay special attention that there are no free returns. Return postage was over ! We ended up keeping it because it wasn't worth the cost to ship it back.Telescope: The moon looks close-up and pretty cool. For everything else this is NOT worth it. The planets simply look like barely larger versions of what you could see with your own eyes - just slightly larger bright spots. Sure, you can maybe see 4 more dots next to Jupiter that would be it's moons or a slight haze that you guess is the ring of Saturn - but it is not powerful enough to make this worth more than a pair of good binoculars.If you're interested in seeing the stars - I would NOT recommend this product. Save your $$ and buy something much more professional. Especially since you can't return it without paying over .I haven't used it to see anything yet . I saw a leaf at the tippy yops of me trees and they are tall and it was like the lease was in my face . Awesome I really love it . I bought the moon filter it's wonderfulWere still trying to figure out how to get the laser sight to work but its easy to look at the moon with.Not that impressive.My son ordered this with his birthday money. It’s been a great first telescope!This telescope has a serious design flaw. Being a reflector telescope, you look down into the eyepiece that is at the top of the telescope tube. Look at the picture. But the spotting scope, you have to look upward from the bottom of the main telescope tube. So either you position the whole thing on a low table so you can look down into the eyepiece, and then you have to lie down on the ground to look up through the spotting scope. Or you position the whole thing high, perhaps on a tripod, so you can easily look upward thru the spotting scope, and then you have to get a step ladder or some such to get high enough to look down through the eyepiece.
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Terrific entry-level reflector tabletop telescope with 100mm parabolic primary mirror optics - no plastic lenses as found in some other telescopes made for beginners
See hundreds of craters on the Moon, detail on Jupiter and other planets, even when viewing from relatively bright city locations
Perfect reflector telescope for wide-angle, low-power viewing of the Milky Way and other deep sky objects when viewing from relatively dark skies
Includes two 1.25" telescope eyepieces: 20mm (for 20 power magnification) and 10mm (for 40 power magnification), EZ Finder II aiming device and Starry Night astronomy software
Special Kit includes: Orion MoonMap 260, Orion moon filter, Orion's Star Target Planisphere and Orion's Exploring the Cosmos : An Introduction to the Night Sky
In The Box
Orion SkyScanner 100mm TableTop Reflector Telescope
10mm, 25mm telescope eyepieces, 1.25"
EZ Finder II reflex sight
3/8"-to-1/4"-20 threaded adapter for tripod attachment
E-series 1.25" Moon Filter
Exploring the Cosmos Book
Star Target Planisphere, MoonMap 260
Starry Night Special Edition astronomy software
Orion SkyScanner 100mm TableTop Reflector Telescope Kit
Perfect starter telescope that is large enough to view night sky objects such as the Moon and planets
The Orion SkyScanner 100mm TableTop Reflector Kit is just the right size - large enough to see night sky objects yet compact enough to sit on a desk. Thanks to its small stature, the SkyScanner is a great grab-and-go telescope for visual adventures as close as the backyard table, or as far as your favorite remote dark sky site.
100mm parabolic primary mirror optics
Perfect reflector telescope for wide-angle, low-power viewing
1.25" rack-and-pinion focuser with smooth adjustment control
20mm and 10mm eyepieces
Every night you use the SkyScanner 100mm, start with the 20mm eyepiece to see a nice and wide view with 20x magnification. Once you've centered and object in the 20mm eyepiece, you can boost the magnification up to 40x by using the 10mm eyepiece. Using both the 20mm and 10mm included eyepieces gives you a variety of magnifications to stargaze with, and you can purchase other 1.25" eyepieces to use with the SkyScanner telescope as you advance in the hobby.
Orion E-Series Moon Filter
The Orion E-Series 1.25" 13% Transmission Moon Filter reduces glare and boosts contrast so you can see enjoy more detailed views of lunar surface features. It blocks excessively bright glare to provide a more comfortable view of the Moon's surface, the neutral density filter will not alter the natural color of the Moon and the eyepiece filter transmits only 13% of the incoming light, improving contrast and detail.
Orion EZ Finder II
Following a simple alignment procedure that parents can help with, you can use the EZ Finder II sight to accurately aim the SkyScanner 100mm TableTop telescope at objects in the sky like the Moon and bright planets. Once aligned with the telescope, just turn on the EZ Finder II and peer through the sight's small circular viewing window so you see the red dot, and move the telescope until the red dot is on the object you want to see to place it in the reflector's field of view.
1.25" rack-and-pinion focuser
The SkyScanner 100mm TableTop Reflector features a 1.25" rack-and-pinion focuser with smooth adjustment control that makes it easy to obtain sharp, crisply detailed views of the Moon, planets, and more. The focuser accepts both the 20mm and 10mm included eyepieces, and will work with other 1.25" telescope eyepieces, so you can expand your magnification possibilities by purchasing additional eyepieces with different focal lengths.
Orion SkyScanner 100mm Specs
Best for viewing
Brighter deep sky
3-Element 20.0mm,10.0mm (1.25")
Lowest useful magnification
Highest useful magnification
Limiting stellar magnitude
Weight, fully assembled