Orion StarBlast 6i
Telescope Reviews

Orion StarBlast 6i – Review

December 17, 2012 Peter Christoforou 1

Using the same optics and compact design as non-computerized scopes, the StarBlast 6i is a great first telescope for those just getting involved in the hobby, or as an easily transportable secondary telescope for those […]

Celestron NexStar 4SE
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Celestron NexStar 4SE – Review

December 17, 2012 Peter Christoforou 0

Celestron has been one of the most popular and familiar names in hobbyist telescopes for decades, with the company’s origins dating back to the 1950s when its founder Tom Johnson was contracted to produce electronic […]

Celestron NexStar 130SLT
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Celestron NexStar 130SLT – Review

December 17, 2012 Peter Christoforou 0

Celestron has been a provider of easy to use hobbyist telescopes since 1955, though they are also a great choice for seasoned astronomers as well. Originally, founder Tom Johnson went into electronics to manufacture parts […]

Telescopes
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Telescopes

December 14, 2012 Peter Christoforou 0

Reflectors And Refractors Telescope is a Greek word meaning “far-seeing.” The two basic telescope types are refractors, which use lenses to collect and focus light, and reflectors, known as a “Newtonian” after its inventor, which […]

Astronomy Optics & Lenses
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Optics

November 23, 2012 Peter Christoforou 0

As your stargazing knowledge grows, you might want to invest in a piece of optical equipment to enjoy more detailed views of the night sky. A good size binocular or telescope will easily allow bright […]

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