Celestron AstroMaster LT 70AZ Telescope

BH #CEAMLT70AZ • MFR #21074
Celestron AstroMaster LT 70AZ Telescope
Key Features
  • Achromatic Refractor
  • 70mm Aperture
  • 700mm f/10
  • Steel Leg Tripod
The AstroMaster LT 70AZ Telescope from Celestron is an excellent way to encourage a budding interest to observing the celestial pieces of eye-candy that adorn the night dome of the heavens. With a moderate 70mm aperture the AstroMaster LT 70AZ comes with everything needed to get started appreciating the wonders of the night sky. Two eye pieces of 10 and 20mm with an included diagonal supply versatile magnification to move from a farther wider view to a closer more detailed study. An attached StarPointer finderscope boasts an illuminated set of concentric circles for acquiring a general direction to aim the telescope while trying to pin-down a specific target. A basic manual altazimuth mount dispenses intuitive tracking and alignment of the scope. This is a better entry level telescope for first time indulgence in the astronomical art of sky watching. It is packed full of everything needed to get started.
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What type of phone telescope mount can I buy for ...

What type of phone telescope mount can I buy for a Samsung galaxy A11 ? Can I use a phone mount with a phone that has 3 cameras ?
Asked by: Lester
We recommend the NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter. You can make adjustments to line up the proper camera lens with the eyepiece.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-04-13

What planets, Moons, nebulas , and galaxies can ...

What planets, Moons, nebulas , and galaxies can you see with this telescope. ?
Asked by: Lester
Most of the planets such as Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus can be seen in the AstroMaster LT 70AZ telescope from the city. Neptune would appear like a very tiny bluish dot if you can locate it. You will also be able to see bright objects like the Moon, Orion Nebula, star clusters, and double stars. However, if you can use your telescope away from city light pollution, galaxies such as Andromeda, M81 and M82, as well as planetary nebulae and globular clusters will be easily viewable.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-07-20
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