Observe Planets with These 5 Reasonably-Priced Telescopes

Over the years, humans have always been fascinated by the vast night skies. Inspiring poets, writers, painters, stargazers, and astronomers ...

Over the years, humans have always been fascinated by the vast night skies. Inspiring poets, writers, painters, stargazers, and astronomers alike; the skies have always been a focal point of discussion and interest amongst the great minds of man. It is thus natural that in answer to mankind’s fascination over the night skies, some inventions have come about to address this growing need. And so the telescope was born.
In the many years since the invention of the telescope, study and research of the great unknown universe have pushed forward by leaps and bounds. Its use, however, is limited because over the years, the invention has been equated to exorbitant prices so much so that it is only utilized by those who can afford.
But in recent years, certain manufacturers have made it their goal to produce telescopes that provide exceptional performance without breaking the bank. And if stargazing and astronomy are your newest (or lifelong) interests, here are the five budget-friendly telescopes you may want to look into.

1. Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker ($169.95)

First on our list is the Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker. This model is designed to provide stargazers with a clearer view of the cosmos without putting a hole in your pocket. For somebody who aims for high-standard telescopes at an affordable price, this budget-friendly investment prides itself on its 3X Barlow lens, a telescope component that multiplies the magnification capability of eyepieces. Aside from that, having a 127mm aperture, a 1000mm focal length, and image optics make it possible for users to gaze at night skies and heavenly bodies with superb clarity.
The telescope is very easy to assemble and users who have already bought this model claim of being able to see planets like Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. For such an affordable price, the Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker offers an easier and more interesting way to familiarize yourself with the neighboring corners of the universe.

2. Orion StarBlast II 4.5EQ ($199.99)
Consumers always say that you will always be properly-guided with the Orion StarBlast II 4.5EQ. Upon purchase, the telescope comes with the Starry Night software to help users find their way around the vast night sky. Its website is also helpful in such a way that videos are available to guide new users of how to properly assemble and use the telescope.
The model goes along with 25mm and 10mm Plossl eyepieces which equates to 18x and 45x magnification respectively. And as compared to other telescope models, the Orion StarBlast II 4.5EQ comes with a stable mount.
It also collects more light than other models, giving you a clearer view of the night skies. Some such examples of sky objects you would be able to see are the Pleiades and the Orion nebula. You would also be able to gaze at the bands on the planet Jupiter’s surface.
If you’re lucky enough, you would even get to have a glimpse of the Andromeda galaxy on a clear night sky. Seeing our galactic neighbor that contains billions of stars would surely be a show-stopper!

3. Orion SpaceProbe 3 ($140)
The Orion SpaceProbe3 is another good bet when choosing affordable telescopes.
The model, being easy to manipulate, is always the best choice especially for those that prefer a basic and easy-to-use telescope. It comes along with a 3-inch aperture, a 700mm focal length, 10mm and 20mm eyepieces, and solid optics that allow consumers to clearly see the moon, the planets, and other wonders in space. Its steel and aluminum make, together with a warranty of one year, makes it more attractive to cautious users.
One disadvantage of having this telescope though is that it contains a number of complicated parts and accessories. To assemble the telescope, it would normally take one a minimum of an hour; a long feat compared to other models which take about 30 minutes or so to assemble.
The extra work, however, is so worth it, as users are gifted with optics better than others. This is a choice amateur stargazers are sure not supposed to skip.

4. Meade Instruments Infinity 102mm AZ Refractor Telescope ($202.75)
This model speaks simplicity. Being simple, however, does not necessarily mean this telescope cannot be at par with the others. Ideal for beginners, the Infinity 102mm AZ Refractor Telescope has a 4-inch aperture and a 600mm focal length. It can also be of good use for daytime viewing. Its choice of eyepieces – 26mm, 9mm, and a 6.3mm – provide users with a magnification of 23x, 67x, and 95x respectively. Finally, it is easy to set up and use.
The downfall of this model, however, is that you cannot expect to view much of deep space objects, unlike the others. You can have a look at our neighboring planets and at the moon but aside from these, there is not much to clearly see. But for a beginner, this is already a wise choice.

5. Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro Reflector ($219.99)
One of the most well-reviewed telescope models is the Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro Reflector. Upon purchase, the telescope is already pre-assembled and so all the consumer needs to do is to remove it from the box and immediately use it.
The telescope is small and so there is so much ease when traveling. One must note, however, that in using this telescope, there is a need for something to elevate it. A raised surface like a table is most necessary.
What the telescope lacks in size, however, it makes up for its excellent optics. The telescope has a 4.5-inch aperture as well as its own 17mm and 6mm eyepieces that not only bring about views of the planets but also of other cosmic events you don’t want to miss. Think of nebulae, star clusters, meteor showers; all these and more can be clearly seen through the Orion StarBlast 4.5. The telescope is well-received by users.

And while there may be a few issues about the discomfort as caused by the types of the eyepieces being used, the model provides for a great view of the skies (and beyond) for such an affordable price.
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