Telescopes for Beginners Review Learning Center

Planetary viewing is one of the most exciting parts of using telescopes for beginners. We have grown up seeing images of... Read More »
The Levenhuk 135 is one of the least complicated beginner telescopes on our lineup. It is a reflector model without a... Read More »
Spotting comets may be one of the best ways to help you learn to find objects in the sky, even if you use a beginner... Read More »
The Levenhuk Strike 50 NG will likely enthrall a child who is interested in astronomy,, but any adult whose knowledge of... Read More »
The Levenhuk 90 Plus won’t win any prizes for most innovative first telescope, but it does have some simple, basic... Read More »
Telescopes have become a technological marvel, and they’re not only for NASA’s multimillion dollar projects.... Read More »
The Levenhuk Strike 80 is a simple and affordable telescope. Because it lacks computerized elements, like GPS compatibility... Read More »
Orion strikes again with its Orion Starseeker, a first telescope and our Top Ten Reviews Bronze Award winner, that comes... Read More »
The sun has some serious star power and a definite flair for drama, but getting a good look at this celestial beauty has a... Read More »
At some point it strikes most amateur astronomers – aperture fever. Once you've pointed your beginner telescope at a... Read More »