National Geographic Telescope with Equatorial Mount

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National Geographic Telescope with Equatorial Mount

National Geographic Telescope with Equatorial Mount


1 review


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This telescope lets you observe the majesty of the deep sky and trace celestial objects as they move in conjunction with the Earth's rotation. This lightweight telescope is a high-quality tool suitable for both beginning and novice astronomers. Other great features include:

  • German Equatorial mounting system that makes it easy to track objects.
  • Powerful 19-52X magnification.
  • Alt-azimuth mounted 114mm x 500mm reflector for clear observation.
  • Two separate Plössl eyepieces (26mm and 9.7mm) that produce high definition, high contrast images.
  • Adjustable tripod that allows the entire family to use the telescope comfortably.
  • Red dot viewfinder that helps you easily locate objects in your 52° of view.
  • Stellarium computer software (Windows only) featuring a catalogue of more than 600,000 stars.

Please allow 2 weeks for delivery. Not available for shipment outside of the 48 contiguous United States.


30"W x 30"H x 30"D. 22 lbs. CR2032 battery, included. Minor assembly required; no tools needed.


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Ken-a D.

National Geographic Consumer Torture

The telescope arrived without any printed instructions! Hours later our two boys and my wife and I had managed to put it together using only the photo on the box it came in--up until mating it with the tripod. At this point we realized there was no threaded connector to secure the telescope to the tripod! Now it sits in pieces on our living room floor--a testament to frustration. Yes, we searched the internet for a manual. It doesn't exist. A DVD that came with the telescope (that very well may be only a star chart) won't open on any of three computers in our house. NG Customer service were sympathetic and promised to ask the supplier in China for directions. We suggested the directions be posted online. But so far this product has made us work for hours only to reach a point when we had to quit in great frustration. Yes, it looks great but geez, you don't sell a product without printed intructions or at least an online manual. That's just torture.