Whether you're going camping or headed into the backyard, you'll find that the carrying handle is well positioned and allows for transportation with just one hand. For stability and support, the Astroscan® Millennium has three rubber feet that are skid-free and can be placed any smooth surface.
Immediately take in breath-taking views of the Moon and marvel at the majesty of the planets. Find Saturn with its mysterious rings and Titan- its largest moon, view Mars with its whitish ice cap, discover Jupiter and its four largest moons, the luminous Venus and even some deep sky objects like the Orion Nebula!
With uncomplicated controls and a comprehensive instruction manual, the Astroscan® Millennium helps take the intimidation out of star gazing. The telescope itself arrives virtually pre-assembled in the box. With patience and practice, you’ll become an expert in no time.
|Objective / Aperture||114mm / 4.5"|
|Primary Mirror Design||Parabolic|
|Finderscope||Red Dot Finder|
|Mount Type||Tabletop Dobsonian|
|Mount Adjustments||Altitude & Azimuth|
|Base Materials||Wood, Melamine|
|Highest Useful Mag.||269x|
|Lowest Useful Mag.||16x|
The new Astroscan® Millennium telescope can accommodate any age and expertise level, from those looking to learn more about astronomy to experts in guiding the night's sky. Our latest telescope design was created the three aspects in mind; portability, power, and ease-of-use. As a sturdy instrument, the Astroscan® Millennium telescope will produce razor-sharp views that are ideal for backyard astronomy and capturing celestial events in real-time.
The Astroscan® Millennium Telescope stands out due to its ability to make astronomy less intimidating to amateur astronomers. However, experts in backyard astronomy continue to purchase the Astroscan® brand as their go-to telescope for both traveling and at-home stargazing. With its great value the Astroscan® Millennium Telescope excels at being portable, powerful, and easy-to-use.
The Astroscan is available now to purchase in quantities for classrooms, libraries, and more.