The Best Telescope to Buy a Child & How to Use It | Amateur Astronomy

Let’s look at what type of telescope you should buy a child and walk through how to use it to see some of the best objects in the nighttime sky. If you enjoy this video, please like it and subscribe to this channel but most importantly let me know about your questions and suggestions regarding telescopes in the comment section below.

Telescopes mentioned in this video:
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Celestron PowerSeeker AZ 60
https://www.pntra.com/t/TUJGR0lMS0JHSUZGR0VCR0ZKTkxK?sid=&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.highpointscientific.com%2Ftelescopes%2Frefracting-telescopes%2Fcelestron-powerseeker-60-telescope-21041

Celestron AstroMaster LT 60AZ
https://www.pjtra.com/t/TUJGR0lMS0JHSUZGR0VCR0ZKTkxK?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.highpointscientific.com%2Ftelescopes%2Frefracting-telescopes%2Fcelestron-60-mm-astromaster-lt-60-az-refractor-21073

Celestron 70 mm AstroMaster LT 70AZ https://www.pjtra.com/t/TUJGR0lMS0JHSUZGR0VCR0ZKTkxK?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.highpointscientific.com%2Ftelescopes%2Frefracting-telescopes%2Fcelestron-70-mm-astromaster-lt-70-az-refractor-telescope-21074

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