Orion Observer 114mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope for Adults & Families - Quality Telescope for Astronomy Beginners to View Moon, Planets & Stars

Orion Observer 114mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope for Adults & Families – Quality Telescope for Astronomy Beginners to View Moon, Planets & Stars

The Orion Observer 114mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope is a high-quality telescope designed for adults and families interested in astronomy. It is perfect for beginners who want to explore the moon, planets, and stars. With its 114mm parabolic mirror and 500mm focal length, it provides sharp and wide-field views of celestial objects such as Saturn’s rings, the Lagoon and Orion nebulas, and the Andromeda galaxy. The telescope comes with a sturdy EQ3-class equatorial

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Orion StarBlast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector Telescope

Orion StarBlast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector Telescope

The Orion StarBlast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector Telescope is a compact and portable telescope that is perfect for the whole family. With its parabolic primary mirror, it provides bright and clear views of the Moon, planets, star clusters, and galaxies. The included EQ mount allows for easy tracking of moving objects, and the included eyepieces provide different magnification options. This telescope also comes with additional accessories such as a DeepMap 600, MoonMap 260, smartphone camera

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Orion Observer 134mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope

Orion Observer 134mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope

The Orion Observer 134mm Equatorial Reflector Telescope is a versatile and user-friendly telescope perfect for both solo stargazing and family adventures. With its 134mm parabolic mirror and 650mm focal length, this telescope offers bright and sharp images of celestial objects such as the lunar surface, Saturn’s rings, and popular nebulas and galaxies. The telescope is supported by a sturdy EQ3-class equatorial mount and adjustable aluminum tripod, providing stability and allowing for manual tracking of celestial objects

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NASA Artemis Manifest Hindered by Lack of SLS Rockets

NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to send astronauts back to the Moon, is facing obstacles due to a lack of Space Launch System (SLS) rockets. The space agency does not have enough vehicles to increase the flight rate of its crewed Orion spacecraft in the coming decade. Only two more SLS vehicles are available until the completion of the Exploration Upper Stage (EUS) upgrade, expected to be ready by late 2028.

After the planned Artemis II lunar flyby test flight

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Germany Signs Artemis Accords as Artemis II Crew Visits Bremen

Germany has signed the Artemis Accords, a non-binding agreement with the United States and partner nations to support human exploration of the Moon, Mars, and beyond. This announcement came as the entire crew of the Artemis II mission visited the Airbus facility in Bremen, Germany, to observe the progress of the mission. During the media event, the crew answered questions from the media and shared their experiences visiting the engineers and facilities in Bremen. The crew also had the opportunity to tour the clean room

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Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope (Black)

Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope (Black)

The Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Reflector Telescope is a high-quality telescope designed for serious beginning or intermediate stargazers. It features a 130mm primary mirror and a focal length of 650mm, providing a wider field of view and brighter images. The telescope comes with two 1.25″ Plossl eyepieces, a smartphone adapter for capturing photos, and additional accessories such as the DeepMap 600 and MoonMap 260. The telescope sits

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Lockheed Martin and NASA Prepare Next Orion Spacecraft for Artemis III and IV Missions

Lockheed Martin, the prime contractor for NASA’s Orion spacecraft, is currently in production for the Artemis III and IV lunar landing missions. The company is also finalizing assembly of the Artemis II vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The goal of the Orion program is to deliver one spacecraft every year for future Artemis missions. The Artemis III mission will be the first to demonstrate full rendezvous and docking operations when it meets up with SpaceX’s Starship lunar lander in cisl

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StarSense Explorer DX 130AZ Smartphone App-Enabled Telescope – Works with StarSense App to Help You Find Stars, Planets & More – 130mm Newtonian Reflector – iPhone/Android Compatible

StarSense Explorer DX 130AZ Smartphone App-Enabled Telescope – Works with StarSense App to Help You Find Stars, Planets & More – 130mm Newtonian Reflector – iPhone/Android Compatible

The StarSense Explorer DX 130AZ Smartphone App-Enabled Telescope is a revolutionary telescope that uses your smartphone to analyze the night sky and calculate its position in real time. It is perfect for beginners, with a user-friendly app interface and detailed tutorials. The telescope eliminates the need for complicated star charts and imprecise planetarium apps, making locating objects in the sky easier, faster, and more accurate. Simply place your phone in the StarSense dock, align it with the telescope’s optics, and

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NASA and the Forest Service collaborate to provide seedlings for cultivating Artemis 'moon trees'

NASA and the Forest Service collaborate to provide seedlings for cultivating Artemis ‘moon trees’

NASA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service have joined forces to offer seedlings for the cultivation of Artemis “moon trees.” These trees will be planted on the moon as part of an innovative project inspired by an Apollo astronaut’s efforts. The initiative aims to grow seedlings from seeds that were flown around the moon during NASA’s Artemis I mission in 2022. The Artemis program, which focuses on establishing sustainable ways to return astronauts to the moon, played a crucial role

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Lockheed Martin and NASA Collaborating Tirelessly to Complete Artemis II Orion Assembly and Meet 2024 Launch Deadline

Lockheed Martin and NASA Collaborating Tirelessly to Complete Artemis II Orion Assembly and Meet 2024 Launch Deadline

Lockheed Martin and NASA are making significant progress in the assembly and testing of the Orion spacecraft for the Artemis II mission. The spacecraft is expected to be joined with the service module in September and the work is predicted to be finished by April 2023. Artemis II will be a lunar-flyby mission, serving as the first crewed test flight for both Orion and the Space Launch System (SLS). The four-person astronaut crew recently visited the Kennedy Space Center to view their spacecraft. Although

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