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Below are some of the telescopes I’ve used in recent years, ranging from ~30 -3000 dollars. (shortened for YTs character limits) Price $35 76mm reflector dobsonian mounted (Celestron Firstscope) Weight ~ 1kg (a couple of pounds) Setup time ~0 East of Transport 1 Short focal length- wide angle field of view. Finder not really necessary. […]

Mirror lenses are so crazy! Can they be a serious option for a photographer looking to do telephoto work of acceptable quality? Are they fun, or just a fiddly nightmare? Take a look. If you’ve found this or other videos I’ve made to be helpful, then support me on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/christopherfrost?ty=h All shots and footage […]

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Today Phil explains how telescopes work and offers up some astronomical shopping advice. — How Telescopes Work 1:07 Refractors vs Reflectors 2:50 Technology and the Light Spectrum 7:45 — PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Follow Phil on Twitter: https://twitter.com/badastronomer Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr – […]

In this review, we take a look at the Top 10 BEST Beginner Telescopes. Check out our UPDATED List of Beginner Telescopes Reviewed and Ranked: http://telescopes.toptenreviews.com/telescopes-for-beginners-review/ Videos • Reviews • Tech Insight SUBSCRIBE→ http://bit.ly/ttr_youtube Twitter→ http://bit.ly/ttr_twitter Facebook→ http://bit.ly/ttr_facebook Instagram→ http://bit.ly/ttr_instagram

The main advantage of an 8 inch telescope over a 5 inch one is when you take long exposure photographs. The NexStar mount isn’t good enough for exposures longer than around 30 seconds. The planets and the Moon will look the same in both telescopes unless you live in the desert away from city lights. […]

The Moon, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus through my telescope. Pictures are taken with a DMK 21AU04.AS monochrome camera. Colored images are made using different filters during recording. I hope this video will help in getting more people into such beautiful hobby. This is also a little tribute to one of my favourite Sci-fi movies: […]

In this video I explain why I recommend a refractor with an equatorial mount. The PowerSeeker is compared to the AstroMaster – both by Celestron. Since making this video I discovered a scope that may be better than the ones in this video. It is not equatorial but does have slow motion controls. Check it […]

The A&NC’s Ralph Bell shows you how to quickly collimate a Newtonian reflector telescope using a ‘2nd generation’ laser collimator. Presented by Ralph Bell and Robert J Dalby. Produced by A.R.B Media Productions for The Astronomy and Nature Centre

In this video Robert gives you our top five tips to coax the best possible views of planets regardless of the cost or quality of your telescope. It doesn’t matter if your telescope costs tens, or thousands : it always makes sense to try to get the best views you possibly can when observing planets. […]

Telescopes can feature different eyepieces that change magnification and viewing options during telescope use. Learn different eyepieces for telescope viewing from an observatory director in this free astronomy video. Expert: Rocky Alvey & Billy Teets Bio: Rocky Alvey is the assistant director of the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and has been involved in astronomy since 1969. […]

A guide to the Sky-Watcher 130mm Newtonian Telescope Available at: http://www.scopesnskies.com/ Presented by Ralph Bell Produced by DB Video Services for Astronomy and Nature TV

Using Barlow lenses with your telescope (A buyer’s guide) Available from: http://www.scopesnskies.com/ Presented by Robert J Dalby Produced by The Astronomy and Nature Centre in association with A.R.B Media Productions.

Hosted by David Fuller of “Eyes on the Sky,” this video goes over the various sizes and types of basic eyepieces for many amateur telescopes. The three most common eyepiece barrel diameters are discussed, as well as the types of lens configurations which determine how well the eyepiece forms an image for the user – […]

Barlow lenses are an inexpensive – and often effective – way to increase the magnification and eyepiece collection of amateur astronomers. In this video, David Fuller of “Eyes on the Sky” takes the viewer through the various types, caveats and benefits with using them, as well as what to look for when shopping for one. […]

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How to set up and align a Celestron NexStar SE Series telescope. Applicable to the Celestron NexStar 4SE, 5SE, 6SE & 8SE. Settings are particularly relevant to UK users!

Telescope Jupiter, Saturn and the moon. Celestron C9.25 AVX mount and ZWO ASI224mc and ASI290 Jupiter, Saturn and the moon images in the Celestron C 9.25 schmidt cassegrain (sct) telescope Celestron AVX telescope mount, Celestron x-cel 3x barlow and ASI224mc and ASI290mm cameras. Subscribe to this channel for more videos of the planets and planetary […]

A refracting telescope is the most common kind of telescope. Discover the difference between refracting and reflecting telescopes in this free video on home astronomy from a telescope salesperson. Expert: Jesse Sturgeon Bio: Jesse Sturgeon has served as a sales and customer service representative for Anacortes Telescope in Anacortes, Wash. for several years. He enjoys […]

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