Astronomy Equipment Reviews

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Orion XT10 Dobsonian Telescope Review (2020)
Introduction The SkyQuest XT10 Dobsonian telescope is one of the most purchased and well regarded larger telescopes on the market[...]
Celestron X-Cel LX Eyepiece Review
Celestron's X-Cel LX eyepieces are their mid-tier, wide field of view eyepieces. I get hands-on with them and discover whether they are worth your money.
Celestron Omni Plössl Eyepiece Review
We've tested the popular Omni Plössl range of eyepieces from Celestron to see if they are worth adding to your kit. Find out what we discovered.
Celestron Luminos Review
Celestron's Luminos range is its widest field of view set of telescope eyepieces. In this detailed review, we look at whether they are worth the money.
What is a Telrad Finder, and How Do I Use It?
The Telrad finder sight was designed in the 1970s and the fact that it has changed little since then is[...]
Sky-Watcher ProED 100mm Doublet APO Refractor Telescope – Full Review for 2020
Discover why we think this Sky-Watcher 100mm ProED telescope is an ideal refractor for crystal clear planetary views, and how it handles DSOs.
Celestron Omni XLT 102 Review
IntroductionThe Celestron 21088 Omni XLT 102 telescope is a traditional refractor style telescope which hobbyists and astronomers alike will be[...]
Celestron PowerSeeker 127EQ Review
The Celestron PowerSeeker 127EQ is the most popular of Celestron's beginner range. Find out what makes it such a great first telescope and what you need to know to deal with its flaws.
Orion SpaceProbe 130ST Newtonian Reflector Telescope Review
Orion's SpaceProbe 130ST telescope is a very popular model for beginners. Read our full review to discover why so many new backyard astronomers buy it.
Orion AstroView 120ST Telescope – Full Review for 2020
Find out why we think the Orion AstroView 120ST is an ideal refractor for casual observers, and new astronomy enthusiasts to begin exploring the night sky.