DIY Astronomical Telescope Kit 2.0
|Dimensions||30 × 20 × 10 cm|
DIY Telescpe Kit 2.0 is best for young astronomers, Students grade 5 to 10. DIY Telescope Kit 2.0 paper manual is included. With this DIY Telescope Kit 2.0, you can see the craters of the moon. Astronomical Telescope kit best learning Toy Kit For Children. #Made in Pakistan
Refractor DIY Astronomical Telescope Kids Toy Kit For Children
Use this DIY telescope kit to explore the science of some of the earliest telescopes! Build a single, simple refracting telescope & study the different aspects of basic astronomical viewing
|Focal Length||500 mm|
|Country of Origin||Made in Pakistan|
|Eyepiece||40 mm, Eyepieces|
|Usage||Science fair/exhibition / Home/ Gift|
|Tripod Stand||3 fit included|
Have you ever wondered how to make a telescope? This hands-on DIY telescope kit includes the components needed to build a single, simple refracting telescope! It also comes with a detailed video to learn different aspects of basic astronomical viewing.
What exactly is a refracting telescope?
A refracting telescope (first invented in the Netherlands in 1608 by Hans Lippershey) is a telescope that uses a converging lens to collect light. In other words, it uses two lenses to focus the light and make an object look much closer than it actually is.
Learn more about refracting telescopes with this engaging, kid-friendly telescope kit. With it and the included telescope viewing guide video link, kids as young as 8 years old can build and piece together their very own DIY telescope, while also learning a little about how Galileo (and other historic astronomers) used them to gaze up into the night sky.
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