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Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope


Taken your first step into the stars of the world, your life will have more fun. This refraction telescope is an ideal entry level telescope for your budding astronomer! Make the stars come to you!This astronomical telescope with 233X finderscope and...
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  • Focal Length: 7cm/2.8in
  • Mouth Diameter: 6cm/2.4in
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 6cm/2.4in
  • Max. Magnification: 233X
  • Barlow Lens: 3X
  • Finderscope: 5X 2cm/0.8in
  • Sighting Telescope: 6X 3cm/1.2in
  • 1.25 Inch Eye Lens: K9 K25
  • Color: White


  • Accessories included: compass, finderscope, two eye lens, tripod, lens cloth, desiccating agent, shoulderbag, export manual
  • This astronomical telescope is the perfect telescope for the beginning astronomer
  • Simple operation and excellent performance so you can more easily into the astronomical world
  • Full-featured and rugged, yet incredibly lightweight, it's the perfect scope for stargazing to go 
  • Compact telescope has everything you need for stargazing, birdwatching, and admiring nature's grandeur
  • Observe landscapes or wildlife at great distance with this astronomical telescope
  • Astronomy telescope ensures the clarity and comfort of observation
  • Lightweight and easy for your young astronomer to move around on their own in exploring outer space, observing landscape or wildlife at great distance
  • Even if the user is a beginner, he/she would definitely operate this optical telescope easily
  • The advanced optical system of this refraction telescope brings images sharply into view


Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

  • The tripod offers you a great convenience that can help you for hands-free viewing

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

  • Advanced optical lens coating plated, excellent eye protection and credit to the role

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

  • Astronomical telescope with skillful manufacture will make your vision clear

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

  • Astronomical Telescope with super ultra-large aperture is convenience for you to observe

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

  • The view effect of the practical telescope is clear and wonderful

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

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  • This 233X astronomical telescope is small and it is easy to carry outdoors

How to Use a Refracting Telescope:

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

Refracting telescopes employ glass lenses arranged in a metal tube to gather light from distant objects, such as the moon, planets, star clusters and nebulae. When used in combination with interchangeable magnifying eyepieces, a refracting telescope lets you study these astronomical objects in extraordinary detail. Refractors offer improved optical clarity when compared with reflector telescopes, which use mirrors instead of glass lens. Learn to operate your refracting telescope correctly to take advantage of its superior optical capabilities


  • Pick an observing site far from light sources. Porch lights, street lights and other sources of light pollution brighten the night sky, making faint objects difficult to observe
  • Lay the tripod on the ground. Extend each tripod leg to the same length, and then tighten the thumbscrews on each leg to secure it in place. Stand the tripod upright. Loosen the thumbscrews on the tripod's mounting bracket. Insert the telescope into the tripod's mounting bracket, and then tighten the retaining screws
  • Loosen the thumbscrew on the telescope's finder scope mount. Insert the finder scope into the mount, and tighten the retaining screw
  • Aim the telescope at an astronomical target. Pick a bright object, such as the moon or a star. Raise or lower the tube, and move it from side to side to point the telescope in the target's general direction
  • Look through the finder scope. Adjust the orientation of the telescope to center the object in the finder scope
  • Insert a low-power eyepiece -- one with 75X or lower magnification -- into the telescope's focuser. Tighten the retaining screw to secure it in place. Look through the eyepiece and verify that the object is in the field of view. If not, look through the finder scope and re-center the object. Adjust the focuser knob until the object appears sharp in the eyepiece
  • Insert a high-power eyepiece -- one with greater than 75X magnification -- into the telescope's focuser to study the object in greater detail. Adjust the focuser to sharpen the object in the eyepiece

Tips & Warnings:

  • Consult the telescope's user manual to determine its focal length. Knowing the focal length lets you determine what magnification an eyepiece will provide when used with the telescope. Divide the focal length of the telescope by the focal length of the eyepiece to calculate the resulting magnification. A 600mm telescope, for example, provides 60X magnification when used with a 10mm eyepiece
  • Observing the sun through a telescope will seriously damage your vision

How Are Telescopes Made?

Jeahar 233X 60mm Refracting Astronomical Telescope

Optical Telescopes:

  • Optical telescopes use a series of lenses or a curved mirror to focus visible light. Optical telescopes that only use lenses are called refracting telescopes. Optical telescopes that use a mirror are known as reflecting telescopes. They are usually more powerful than a simple lens telescope

Lenses and Mirrors:

  • Since light passes through the lenses of a telescope, the glass has to be free of impurities. This quality of glass is known as optical glass. Optical glass is coated to improve its performance and to make it less reflective. Mirrors that refract the glass don't have to be as pure

Assembly, Calibration and Testing:

  • Once the glass and mirrors are created, the lenses are also tested to ensure that the glass has been ground correctly. To do this, telescope makers measure the lens against a lens that is known to be perfect. Once the lenses pass inspection, they are assembled in a tube-like telescope housing. Then they are calibrated for clarity

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