Before you buy an astronomical telescope, which is worth knowing.
Every beginner lover of sky observations faces a difficult challenge. How to choose your first astronomical telescope? The choice is not easy, for it consists of several issues.
Some tips for buying a telescope.
First of all, you need to know, what you need, hence a basic knowledge of the operation of the device will be useful, and even necessary when making the right decision. Professional terminology can effectively confuse your head and make you buy something, which we wouldn't normally choose to do. So it's worth buying a telescope from well-known and recommended representatives.
Who You Are Buying Astronomical Telescope?
This is one of the basic considerations when purchasing a device. A 10-year-old boy interested in the sky constellation has different needs, others, in turn, are beginners, but a slightly older amateur of astronomy. His requirements regarding the quality of optics and device mechanics will be much higher. At the beginning, however, it is worth choosing an astronomical telescope that is not too complicated to use, proven and durable construction.
What are you going to observe?
Another important issue is the type of objects, you would like to observe. And so, for example, observing the moon, or planets like Jupiter, Mars, Venus or Saturn please the eye of all novice astronomers. In turn, other phenomena in the sky, even the Great Andromeda Nebula requires a telescope with slightly better parameters.