The lightweight, compact design of the GoScope 80mm makes it perfect for the beginner and a great grab-and-go telescope. The red-dot finder makes it easy to locate objects in the night sky, and the 80mm allows you to see more than with the 70mm.
Having trouble viewing details on the Moons surface? This neutral-density eyepiece filter reduces glare so you can see more detail and surface features. The 1.25" Orion 13% Transmission Moon Filter is especially useful with large aperture telescopes.
The affordable MoonMap 260 is a must-have for any backyard astronomer. The laminated map includes both a correct and reversed view of the Moon and identifies over 260 popular lunar features including craters, valleys, mountain ranges, and more!
Need an easy way to start identifying constellations? The Orion Star Target Planisphere is the perfect telescope accessory! Designed for 30-50 degree North latitude and includes simple instructions and viewing tips. Just dial in the date and time.
If you are an avid astronomer you know that you should always use red light instead of white to help protet your night vision. The Orion RedBeam II LED Flashlight has adjustable brightness which lets you observe without ruining your night vision.
If you only get one book to go along with your new telescope, make sure it's Turn Left at Orion! The perfect companion guide, it includes maps to nearly 100 of the best objects, and drawings depicting what they will look like through your telescope.
The 4.30" Orion Full Aperture Solar Filter is perfect for safe viewing of the sun. This one fits the Orion ShortTube 90 and Transporter and allows you to view details of the sun's surface in higher contrast and more natural color than Mylar filters.
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