Thinking about exploring your astronomical side and want to know more about space? Well, nothing works better than seeing for yourself and the best way to do that is to get yourself a good telescope most suitable to your requirements. By researching and reading about a bunch of telescopes, a few were selected to be best suitable for beginners.
Binoculars for budding astronomers
Well yes, it’s not something crazy. With a bunch of good binoculars you can spot a few planets close to our planet, the stars and the moon, easily. For beginners it is always good to explore anything in a low budget and then getting deeper into the stuff. Nikon or Celestron Binoculars work the best for beginners as they have high-quality eyepieces to allow the maximum to be captured. Binoculars are portable, easy to use and with a considerable amount of aperture, can work wonders. They will help you not just in reaching out to your inner astronomer, but also make other hobbies like bird-watching and looking deep into the faraway valleys.
Celestron NexStar Series- 4SE, 6SE and so on
Celestron telescopes are built for beginner to intermediate deep space imagery. They come in different apertures depending upon the price and have features such as long exposure astrophotography and auto-guiding. They come with high light-gathering ability and a database with 40,000 celestial objects which makes it extremely easy for the beginners to locate different space objects. With a portable design and easy tool- hardware, it is the best telescope for beginners to go on space escapades as they are very compact and user-friendly.
Orion SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope
With a 5.1” aperture this telescope has the ability of gathering a large amount of light and is wonderful for capturing the planets like Jupiter and Mars and is very good for stargazing. It has a 24” long tube, an easy design for easy portability and the tripod is adjustable which makes it possible to track the celestial objects in slow-motion. With its 25mm Sirius Plossl eyepiece’s moderate magnification you can explore interesting objects within the 52 degrees wide field of view. Within $300 you get a cool telescope with amazing features, a reasonable aperture and easy portability, what else do you want!
Meade Instruments 216001 Polaris 70 EQ
If you are looking for a Telescope for beginners and you do not really want to spend a lot on it, this one might just work well for you. With a 2.8” aperture, the Polaris 70 will give you a good tour of the space where you can explore Saturn’s rings and the moon and other beautiful celestial objects. As it rotates with the Earth, it gives you easy tracking and locating of the Celestial objects. This is the best telescope under 200 dollars.
So these were the best picks for beginners to explore their inner, budding astronomers, good for kids as well as adults, people living in areas with a perfect sky-view or even those who live in smoggy areas, you can depend on these three telescopes for sure!