What is the telescope that is best for observing Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, as well as all the other planets in the solar system? You should know that some telescopes have a magnification too low and will be rather useful to see the moon, or just the landscape. Others will be designed to scan stars, nebulae, galaxies. And then there are those who give us the opportunity to see in detail the planets.
The Sky-Watcher 70-700 telescope is perfect for this purpose. It has an azimuthal mount (mobile about a horizontal axis and a vertical axis) AZ2, a micrometer wheel. The achromatic lens (without tint) had anti-reflective treatment. The diameter of the opening is 70 mm and the focal length is 700 mm. There are two eyepieces and a bent back; but also a 2X Barlow lens, 28X and 70X magnification. There is an integrated photo adapter. In short, it is a very complete device, easy to use, with basic operation. The whole thing has a light weight, it can be transported during its nocturnal outings without any problem.
With this one, one can easily distinguish the ring of Saturn, one can be lost on the Moon, to fly over its craters. The Barlow lens is also the best thing to see the asperities of our satellite. We can clearly see Jupiter and even its 4 main satellites.
It is not suitable for observing nature. He is sensitive to touch; so avoid over handling once you have set your target to avoid losing sharpness.
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