Overview of the Orion StarBlast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector Telescope – Orion Telescopes

The whole family will enjoy the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ thanks to its great optics, convenient portability, and easy-to-use operation.

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With its 4.5″-diameter reflector tube and sturdy equatorial (EQ) mount with slow-motion controls, this telescope goes beyond the capabilities of smaller beginner models to support amateur astronomers as their interest in space grows into a lifelong appreciation of stargazing and science. The compact Orion StarBlast II 4.5 EQ is a favorite of both beginners and expert astronomers alike, and stargazers won’t outgrow the telescope thanks to its great optics, convenient portability, and easy-to-use operation.

The StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will amaze the whole family with bright views thanks to its big, 4.5″-aperture telescope tube, which collects a lot of light from the night sky to send bright, clear images of objects in space to the telescope eyepiece for viewing. The telescope’s combination of short 450mm focal length and sizable 4.5″ aperture means the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will provide brighter views at any magnification compared to longer focal length telescopes, which makes it easier for everyone, and especially beginners, to locate interesting sights in the night sky. Using a telescope allows backyard stargazers to explore the sparkling night sky and search out interesting objects to observe. Everyone in the family will enjoy using the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ to look at fascinating craters, valleys and mountains on the Moon; and bright planets like Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. Even distant objects like star clusters, brighter nebulas and galaxies can be seen in this petite reflector telescope.

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Comments

Net ty says:

That my dear sir is a down grade EQ1 mounts are 300 years old what are you trying to build now, ? i am deaf in one eye watching this sorry Orion you just made an onion its exactly the same as the star baster one but worse ! all you did was put a 2 on it and a red dot finder do you really expect me to fall for this yeah right if i was you i would drop all your prices and stop being greedy you might sell more ! honestly who can afford a 10 grand scope into days day and age obviously not that one but you know what i mean half the world is unemployed so their is a market for the unemployed but not at those prices its all greed you promote these things like their a new idea lol they were made before the 1st dynasty in Egypt so they are nothing new !

Abhi says:

Is this good enough for galaxies and other deep sky objects

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