Archive for October, 2011

A Celestron Telescope Makes a Perfect Christmas Gift

Monday, October 31st, 2011

There is going to come a time when your child will be ready to put away their toys and start looking for bigger and better gifts under the Christmas tree. This means that buying Christmas presents for them is going to become more challenging and you can only buy them so many clothes and gift cards.  This might be a good time to try and get them involved in a new hobby and buy them a Celestron telescope.

The average teen needs a hobby that is going to keep their mind occupied and when you buy them a Celestron Telescope from, you are going to find that they are more likely to stay at home at night. You may even find that your child will want to include you in the new hobby you have gotten them started in. This can be a great way to start a new relationship with your teen that will last a lifetime.

Most of Us Had a Meade Telescope When We Were Kids

Friday, October 28th, 2011

If you had any interest at all in looking at the moon and stars when you were a kid, chances are pretty good that you owned at least one Meade telescope. There are many reasons for this, but perhaps one of the biggest reasons is that Meade has been making low cost, entry level telescopes for decades. These telescopes are still to this day considered to be one of the best amateur telescopes on the market.

One of the things that  people seem to like the most about a Meade telescope is that even though they are an affordable entry level telescope, the optics in them are of fantastic quality. You always have a crystal clear picture of the heavens at night with any of their telescopes from the most basic amateur model to their most expensive professional models. You will a large selection of Meade telescopes at for extremely low prices every day.

Top Reasons to Use the Latest CCD Astronomy Cameras

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Over the years there has often been a question concerning what of the different astronomy cameras delivers the best image. Until the advent of the digital camera the discussions centered on the speed of the film you should be using, the best lens and of course which brand of camera was the best choice. Today the biggest question is whether the CCD digital camera or the film camera takes a better picture.

Most people have begun switched over to using CCD astronomy cameras such as those available from for a variety of reasons. The actual cost plays a large part in the decision, but is not the main reason. The fact is that with the right software, not only can you capture a top quality image; you can clean it up and create amazing pictures of what you are seeing through the lens of your telescope.

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