National Geographic children's telescope 70/400 with backpack
Impressive images of celestial bodies can already be viewed with this National Geographic children's telescope. Because the objective has a diameter of 70 millimeters and a focal length of 400 millimeters, this telescope is the ideal introduction to the world of astronomy. The telescope comes with three eyepieces, a zenith mirror, barlow lens (3x) and an aluminum tripod in a sturdy space themed backpack. This means you quickly have everything at hand to spend a night exploring the stars. With the eyepiece smartphone adapter you can take beautiful pictures of the moon, planets and other celestial objects.
Learning about the universe
Are you still having trouble finding the celestial objects yourself? Do not panic! The augmented reality app will guide you through the night sky. After the app has been set up, you can easily attach a phone to the smartphone adapter. In AR mode, your smartphone displays the names and images of the constellations your telescope is currently pointing at. The app also has a lot of images, audio and information. Visit the Constellation Encyclopedia to read about the Greek gods the constellations are named after, or read the Solar System Encyclopedia to learn more about the planets that travel around the sun with the Earth. After you have made your first discoveries with the children's telescope, you can take a quiz to test your knowledge of the constellations. Learning about the universe has never been so fun and easy!