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AE10100 - 40070, 300 Power, Starwatcher Telescope by Barska
The 300 Power Starwatcher Telescope from Barska is a practical way to start a lifetime journey to the stars and planets. It is easy to set up and comes with the basics; a finderscope, 2 interchangeable eyepieces, 3x Barlow lens, pan head mount, 45° erect image diagonal, convenient table-top tripod, carrying case and the beginner's version of Barska's Deepsky Astronomy Software. The software is compatible with Windows 95, XP and Vista and has a searchable database of over 10,000+ objects including, nebulae, star clusters, double stars, variable stars, and more. It boasts coated glass optics for enhanced image brightness and has been engineered with a smooth functioning mount. This telescope is good way to start a budding interest in the celestial wonders.

Features:

    •    400mm f/5.7 Refractor
    •    2 Interchangeable Eyepieces
    •    45° Diagonal
    •    Coated Glass Optics
    •    3x Barlow Lens
    •    Finderscope
    •    Table-Top Tripod
    •    Deepsky Astronomy Software
$150.00
$74.99
 
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The journey to stars and planets begins with Barska's Starwatcher Telescope Series. Barska's Starwatcher telescopes are ideal for the aspiring astronomers. The refractor and reflector telescope models are easy to set up and include everything necessary to begin the adventure for a lifetime, including telescope, finderscope, eyepieces, mount and tripod. The Starwatcher Series also includes our latest version of the highly popular Deepsky Astronomy Software. It's packed with many features that all users will appreciate and includes a searchable database of over 10,000+ objects including, nebulae, star clusters, double stars, variable stars, and other types. Simply load it on to your PC and begin your journey to the stars and planets!
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