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Thursday, July 5, 2012
GeoSafari Omega Refractor Telescope
Explore the faraway wonders of space, from the Moon’s craters to Saturn’s dazzling rings—even deep-sky phenomena like star clusters and nebulae!
When I first picked this up I was surprised by how light it was. I have never actually never looked through a telescope before this so I was really excited to see everything. Tim put this together fairly quickly but he knows about telescopes from his childhood! But to me this was very intimidating since I have never been around a telescope unlike a microscope. He showed me how to use it and my was it fun!
When I was young, my mom would always be outside looking through her telescope late at night. I used to come out with her and look at the night sky. She would show me different planets and of course the moon through her telescope. Now I can pass this on to my children as well. What a great telescope! The lenses are fantastic and the telescope itself is very easy to use! This particular telescope also comes with three extra lenses to get an even closer look at planets and the moon! This telescope is just so easy to use that even my 6 year old can use it!
As a teacher, I think it's important for students to learn about not only our planet, but space as well. Through the use of a telescope, kids can learn more about constellations, neighboring planets, and the moon just by getting a closer look. Kids and grown-ups alike will have so much fun with this telescope as well as spark curiosity and get students' brains in motion. Believe me, after using this telescope, your kids will be curious and ask a lot of questions!