Discovery Adventures – 40mm Telescope :- The 40mm Astronomical Telescope is a great introduction to the moon and stars.An ideal first telescope for young astronomers.
This product is a STEM product.
View the night sky or animals and scenery with the dual eyepieces.
View the moon, other planets and the stars with this 40mm telescope from Discovery Channel. It boasts 25-50 times magnification.
Supplied with 10 and 20mm eyepieces, a diagonal mirror, and aluminum tripod. Features a focal length of 500mm, with the magnification of 25 and 50X.
With the Discovery 40mm Telescope, young astronomers can explore the stunning details of the lunar terrain and view other bright celestial treasures while learning to navigate the sky using a simple alt-Azimut mount. The refractor type telescope offers a 40mm aperture, 600mm focal length, two eyepieces and a diagonal for varied levels of magnification.
View the night sky or land-based animals and scenic views with this variable eyepiece telescope.
It’s Encourages interest in astronomy and Promotes scientific vocabulary as well as Develops observation skills.
Discovery Adventures – 40mm Telescope : This is a great, active way for developing children’s scientific vocabulary and reasoning as they engage in discussion about what they can see through the telescope.
When using the telescope indoors, we found it was easier to look through when it was on a table rather than the floor.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years. View the moon and other planets and stars or land-based animals and scenic views with this variable eyepiece 25-50X magnification telescope. Suitable for 8+ years.
For star tracking order viewing wildlife, cityscapes, sporting events and more. Includes 18 X and 90 X magnification eyepieces. Aluminum table-top tripod. Metal (aluminum) tube, 90mm long, 360mm focal length. 40mm Objective lens.
The included eyepieces can be used interchangeably in the 50mm objective lens.
Helps children learn science using the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math’s) concept.