Entry-level refractive astronomical telescope with good performance observation of celestial bodies，suitable for students, beginners,kids or those who are interested in learning more about the space and night sky. Lightweight and portable, this telescope is a wonderful gift for those who love observing animals, enjoying scenery, traveling, etc.
optical aperture: 50mm
Eyepiece: H20mm, H6mm two eyepieces
Main tube Color: Silver
Tripod most highly: 37cm
Tips for you:
1.Different magnification eyepieces can make you free with observed at different distances and sizes objects.
2.A lower magnification should be used for the observation of the stars. It provides a wider field of view and simplifies aiming the telescope at the desired object.
3.The maximum magnification should be used only for particularly clear objects such as the moon, which is relatively close to the Earth and very bright, permitting good resolution of details at high magnification.
1 x Astronomical Telescope
2 x Eyepiece
EQUIPPED WITH TWO EYEPIECES TO WATCH DIFFERENT TARGETS: Different magnifications for different targets, suitable magnification of the eyepiece for viewing allows you to find the target for easier observation. With H20mm eyepiece can completely see the moon surface, with H6mm can be observed crater, Moon Sea
50MM CALIBER MULTI-LAYER OPTICAL COATING: Due to a part of lighting was reflecting when lighting on the lens of surface. However, F40040M lens with multi-layer coating, greatly improving the light transmittance of this wavelength
COMPACT E AND ELEGANT, LIGHT AND SIMPLE DESIGNS: F36050M with Finder telescope design streamlined, easy to install, combined height not exceeding 40. Placed as your wishes. Good for the enlightenment of children
LIGHTWEIGHT, DURABLE: The main mirror body made of aluminum alloy metal, lightweight, practical, durable. Tripod is also environmentally friendly lightweight aluminum tripod design, you can stably support the look of glasses
APPLICATION OCCASIONS: Bird watching, viewing; environmental monitoring, viewing the sun, the moon, watching the planet; maritime reconnaissance landscape; geographical monitoring