The AstroMaster range of telescopes from Celestron offers a great, low-budget entry into astronomy. They're ideal for beginners and children, but there are many models. We review seven of the most popular, in detail, and recommend the best.
Binoculars are a wonderful way to get into astronomy. They are cheap, easy to use and because they have low magnifications with big fields of view, they make learning to star hop your way around the night sky simple. In this article, we look at how you should choose a pair of astronomy binoculars and review five of the best options.
When you've been stargazing from your backyard for a while, you get an uncontrollable lust for more detail in your deep space objects. Telescope filters are the way to do this cheaply and effectively and these are six of the best.
The NexStar 8SE is the biggest scope in Celestron's NexStar range. It is a brilliant scope for the money and has a lot that's right about it. However, there are two flaws that you must know about before you buy. Find out what they are in our comprehensive NexStar 8SE review.
Looking at a gibbous moon through your telescope is really bright, which means you just won't see the detail which brings the lunar surface to life. You need a lunar filter to rescue your eyes and put some contrast back!