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This powerful 76mm reflector scope offers rugged portability and a trip to the distant stars for the avid young astronomer intent on detailed, deep-sky viewing. It boasts 3 all-glass eyepieces providing a range of magnification power from 35x to 300x! The 5x24mm optical finder scope and 76mm achromatic mirror offer amazing close-up views of the moon, planets, Milky Way, and beyond. Observe constellations, star clusters - even the Orion Nebula! The Omega Reflector comes with these high-quality components: heavy-duty, full-size adjustable tripod with accessory tray, standard 11?4" interchangeable eyepieces, a 3x Barlow lens, and an image erector for viewing terrestrial subjects.
Make the heavens appear brighter, clearer and larger with this refracting telescope! With this powerful refractor telescope, curious astronomers can explore the faraway wonders of the universe, from the craters of the moon to Saturn's dazzling rings-even deep-sky phenomena such as star clusters and nebulae! It features a 60mm achromatic objective lens, three all-glass eyepieces, providing magnification power from 30x to 200x, and rack and pinion focusing for bright, clear images. Plus, the reliable refractor design and altazimuth mount make the telescope simple to use for hours of incredible views! Not a toy, but a scientific instrument, the Omega Refractor boasts high-quality components and features, including an optical finder scope, heavy-duty, full-size adjustable tripod with accessory tray, standard 11?4" interchangeable eyepieces, and a 2x Barlow lens, that make it perfect for celestial and terrestrial discovery at any age. Grades 3 & up.
Grades 3 and up. With this durable, lightweight telescope, young scientists can explore the natural wonders of the earth, from birds to animals, or the craters of the moon and beyond. The 50mm achromatic objective lens, all-glass optics, and rack and pinion focusing deliver clear, up-close images at magnifications from 20x to 80x. Easy-to-use refractor design and table-top tripod make it perfect for backyard exploring and on-the-go discovery. Comes with two interchangeable eyepieces and an image erector for viewing terrestrial subjects.
Nancy B's Science Club: Moonscope & Sky Gazers Activity JournalEducational Insights / 2013 / Other$44.99 Retail:
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Gaze up at the night sky in wonder . . . and in brilliant detail!
The Nancy B. Science Club MoonScope gives burgeoning astronomers a clear view of the night sky through 90x magnification, a 4mm all-glass eyepiece, 20mm all-glass eyepiece, and moonfilter. The scope also includes a finder with glow-in-the-dark-edge and focusing knob for easy sightings. Plus, the included tripod even includes a built-in red LED light to read the journal and moon map in the dark!
The included 22-page full-color MoonScope & Sky Gazer's Activity Journal includes tips for stargazing, practice for sighting and using eyepieces, a moon-map and moon-phase activities, and more.
Ages 8 & up. 2 AAA batteries required (not included).
Your little explorer will love the Spy Glass Telescope from Schylling Toys. Designed for ages 5 years and older, this telescope is crafted with precision optics and comes with a soft eye cup. Measures 12" long.
Look, listen, know! Your children can explore the world of animals (koalas to Komodo dragons) and outer space (Saturn to space stations) with this 3x-magnification telescope (detachable for on-the-go exploration). Just drop in one of the 20 full-color slides; then turn the dial to select from more than 200 facts and questions for review. Grades K and up. Includes instruction guide.
A must for 6- to 12-year-old explorers! When young scientists slip this handy tool into their backpacks, they're equipped to "zoom in" on anything from ladybugs in the garden to sailboats on the horizon. Measuring just 5" long, it's a 30x-powered microscope and 8x telescope in one. Fantastic fun for bug collectors, bird watchers, hikers, stargazers, and amateur sleuths!
Learn while you play with the TK1 Telescope & Astronomy Kit from Thames & Kosmos. Designed for ages 12 years and older, build your telescope and make fun sky observations. Features an aluminum tripod with altazimuth mount and storage, two eye pieces (Barlow lens and image reversal lens) for observations on the ground, and a 32-page color manual for assembly and sky observation help. Refractor 60/700; 15 pieces; 20 experiments.
Little ones can explore the moon with this focus-free telescope, built specifically for little hands and growing minds. Perfect for STEM learning. Featuring a focus-free telescope with 10x magnification, built-in diagonal mirror, and lens cap, plus two large eyepieces with comfy goggle and nose cut-out guide for perfect eye placement, and a tripod for tabletop viewing (collapsible for easy-storage).
The whole world changes when the sun goes down! Explore the mysteries of nighttime nature and discover nocturnal creatures in the dark with a red-light flashlight! Perfect for backyard explorations, nighttime safaris, reading star maps, and more! Recommended for ages 6 years and older. Red-light flashlight with glow-in-the-dark power button, no-roll feature, and belt clasp. Multilingual package and instructions include English, Spanish, French, and German. Requires 3 AAA batteries.
View 12 Zodiac constellations, the sun and moon, all eight planets, and The Big and Little Dippers from any room in the house with this amazing, handheld observatory! Designed for ages 8-12 years, this set includes: a 10" Handheld projector with adjustable tripod and build-in red LED light for preserving night vision; All constellations displayed in 3 ways: celestial, connected, and illustrated; 28-Page, multilingual explorer guide; Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included); Supports STEM: Study constellations and view planets.