How to Choose Binoculars and Telescopes for Stargazing

guide to choosing best telescopes and binoculars for astronomyYou can see a surprising number of beautiful sights in the night sky with your unaided eye.  Of course, you can see more with a small telescope or a good pair of binoculars.  But shopping for optics is like shopping the breakfast-cereal aisle at the grocery store… there is simply too many options to choose from.  That’s why One-Minute Astronomer has published the free e-book “A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing Binoculars and Telescopes for Stargazing”.

This 53-page guide will take you through the basics of choosing a telescope and a good pair of binoculars for visual observation of the night sky.  You’ll find out how to select the right stargazing tools for your situation, tools that will let you see thousands of dazzling celestial objects few people ever get to see.

In this guide, you will discover…

  • Why binoculars are better than a telescope for finding your way in the night sky
  • The best binocular configurations and brands for stargazing
  • Why you don’t need to spend a fortune on a good pair of stargazing binoculars
  • A concise and easy-to-understand primer on telescope terms and concepts
  • Time-tested guidelines for choosing a good telescope to match your budget and interests
  • The 10 things you must know before you invest in a new telescope
  • The pros and cons of the three main types of telescopes
  • Recommendations for first telescopes for new stargazers for a wide range of budgets and situations
  • Must-have (and nice-to-have) accessories for new stargazers

Simply download this free e-book at the link below:

PDFdClick here to download “A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing Binoculars and Telescopes for Stargazing” (1.2 MB)

 


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