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Celestron 76 mm Firstscope
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- Ideal entry level astronomical telescope
- High quality Dobsonian style stand with a 76 mm reflector optical tube
- Portable and lighweight table-top design makes it easy to store, transport and setup your FirstScope Telescope
- Easy navigation of the night sky, simply point the tube in the desired direction
- The stylish and decorative design makes FirstScope a wonderful keepsake for anyone interested in astronomy.
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FirstScope pays tribute to the men and women who brought us one step closer to understanding the universe around us!
In 1609, world-renowned Italian scientist, Galileo Galilei, introduced an elementary telescope to the growing astronomy community which sparked interest into the mysterious night sky for centuries to come. Four centuries later, Celestron offers the portable FirstScope Telescope. The FirstScope pays tribute to Galileo Galilei and many of history’s most notable astronomers and scientists by displaying their names around the optical tube. We honor the contributions of these men and women, who brought us one step closer to understanding the universe around us.
The FirstScope is a wonderful keepsake for anyone interested in astronomy. This quality Dobsonian style telescope features a 76 mm aperture reflector optical tube. FirstScope is an ideal entry level astronomical telescope. It is very easy to observe with, the user simply navigates the night sky by moving the tube in the direction of their desired object, making the viewing experience a snap! The compact design makes it easy enough to take with you on your next outdoor adventure. FirstScope is also stylish enough to be a decorative fixture on your bookshelf or desk.
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Top Customer Reviews
Clear skies to all!!!
Fantastic value and very clear lens. To see jupiter and 3 of it's moons on my 1st night was amazing.
When you look at the moon it's so bright that you will need a moon filter.
Im now hooked for life.
Go on give it a go you will have fun and puts a smile on your face.
The small scope was very good in revealing craters on the moon as well as been quite easy to target useing the dobsonian base.
Both the lenses were clean viewing and gave a good sharp image.
I normally use a 150 mm scope and have several others that come out from time to time.this one will more than likely go into the car and travel with me just to "have a look" on my travels.
For the money is is a good very basic small telescope and not so much a toy but a nice little portable tool.
Great simple design best used on a solid table.
Easy to use for children. Much better than long tubed refractor telescopes on tripods
Good tube cover protects the mirror when not in use
Can see the Galilean moons of Jupiter with this. For terrestrial use objects are upside down
The images on the side of the box are somewhat misleading as the magnification of the two lenses are no where near strong enough to produce as detailed a view of Jupiter as illustrated but don't let this put you off. With a stronger lens, maybe?
We have seen Jupiter and just about picked out some colour variation and it's rotation. Also 4, maybe 5 of Jupiter's moons.
Our Moon is the easiest to view, and with the 4mm lens it fills the viewing area and detail is excellent, craters galore!
I'm sure Saturn's rings will be clearly visible and we are looking forward to viewing this.
The scope is very robust, however, effective operation requires a delicate hand and a good level of patience.
One word of caution - don't drop the 4mm lens in the housing as far as it will go. It'll get stuck and when you've spent time lining the scope to an object in the sky, you don't want to be having to tip it upside down to get the lens out! Tighten the locking nuts to secure the lens just short of full way in so you can get your fingers under to lift it out.
As I'm sure with all scopes, practice make perfect. This scope is defiantly worth the time practising with and will hopefully be enjoyed for years to come.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The 76mm dobsonian-style telescope is a nice first telescope, especially for kids. But this is not the one to get, as it has no finder and rubbish eyepieces (Huygens and Symmetric... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Kechagias
Purchased for a birthday present, easy to set up and use for a first time stargazer. As with all these things I would recommend purchasing the kit with stronger lenses and the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mr p cook-henesy
Very disappointed. Bought this telescope on back of good reviews here. However, all I have been able to see so far is the moon, which I could have seen using the digital zoom in my... Read morePublished 3 months ago by NR
Great gift for all ages who loves astronomy, small and compact, easy to setup and use, comes with limited accessories.Published 5 months ago by miss rose
I am really pleased with my telescope, it is very easy to assemble and use. We have had thick cloud cover since it arrived but I did manage to get a lovely view of the moon one... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Victoria Everitt
Cant fault this. it's a great present to buy a son whose interested in space . . . for all of 2 mins past xmas. It now lives under his bed. But it really is a great telescope. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mrs Kate Layland
Love staring at the moon with my 5 year old son, the product is very well made and is well packaged.
It arrived very quickly and in time for my sons birthday. Read more