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Buying Guide: This affordable telescope is the perfect educational activity for families

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If you’re looking for a new way to teach your children about astronomy while truly keeping them (and yourself) engaged, this affordable telescope might be the most fun way to bring science to your backyard.

How It Works

This Gskyer telescope is the perfect option for beginners who want to get into nature watching or astronomy without breaking the bank. For under $100, you’ll still get quality optics with 400mm focal length and 70mm aperture and coated glass to protect your eyes while creating stunning images. It also comes with an adjustable tripod and carrying bag so you can fold it up and take it on camping trips too.

Wireless Remote and Camera

Kids and adults alike will love how easy it is to explore the world and take amazing images using the smartphone adapter wireless remote. Take video and photos with your phone while viewing the stars through the finder scope.

Why Customers Love It

This telescope has more than 1,200 reviews an average rating on 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Customers loved that they were able to easily setup the telescope and that it was convenient to carry on trips. The built-in smartphone adapter was a huge plus for capturing the night sky, and the price was perfect for beginners.

Gskyer Telescope available from Amazon

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