Celestron FirstScope Signature Series Robert Reeves Telescope

Celestron FirstScope Signature Series Robert Reeves Telescope

Key Features

  • Perfect for astronomers of all levels
  • Designed with Robert Reeves
  • Moon design highlights areas to explore
  • Two Eyepieces included
  • Dobsonian design
  • Use out of the box
  • Lightweight to take on trips
  • Free Robert Reeves eBook included
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MPN Code 22016-CGL
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Celestron FirstScope Signature Series Robert Reeves Telescope

In partnership with Lunar Imager Robert Reeves, Celestron introduces the FirstScope Signature Series Moon Telescope. This entry-level telescope is a great choice for kids and families who are ready to take an interest in the stars. Complete with two eyepieces, the telescope tube is a map of the Moon with areas of interest to look out for. 


Entry Level Telescope

This quality Dobsonian-style telescope features a spherical glass mirror with a generous 76mm of aperture. It is the ideal entry-level astronomical telescope for kids and families. Useable straight out of the box, all you need to do is insert an eyepiece and you’re ready to start viewing. Finding areas of interest is easy, simply rotate the azimuth axis to navigate the Milky Way, open star clusters and deep-sky objects such as the Orion Nebula.


Portable Design

The telescope has a simple portable design that can easily be transported from a bedroom window to a dedicated dark sky location. Weighing only 2kg, it is lightweight enough to be taken on your next camping trip or hike. When not in use, the Lunar design will look great on a desk or bookshelf. 


Two Eyepieces

The Signature Series Moon telescope comes complete with two eyepieces: 20mm and 4mm. The 20mm provides 15x optical magnification and a wide view of the stars in the Milky Way. The 4mm eyepiece has 75x optical magnification to provide a detailed look at the Moon and other planets such as the rings on Saturn. Both eyepieces are manufactured to Celestron’s high-quality standards to ensure a bright, sharp view of the night sky every time. 


Explore the Moon

Wrapped around the telescope tube is one of Robert Reeves’ images of the Moon, marked with 10 areas of interest to look out for, such as the Sea of Tranquility and the Tycho crater. Explore the Moon’s lunar surface like craters and maria, and learn more about the Moon with Robert Reeve’s Lunar Landscape eBook where Reeves goes into detail about the sizes of creates, how marias are formed and the natural history of the Moon.


About Robert Reeves

Robert Reeves first photographed the Moon in 1959, a decade before the famous Nasa Moon landing in 1969. He is the master of lunar photography and uses Celestron telescopes to capture more detailed images of the Moon which can be found in the free eBook included in this kit. 


Key Features

  • Perfect for astronomers of all levels
  • Designed with Robert Reeves
  • Moon design highlights areas to explore
  • Two Eyepieces included
  • Dobsonian design 
  • Use out of the box
  • Lightweight to take on trips
  • Free Robert Reeves eBook included

View full specifications here >


What’s in the box?

  • 1x Celestron FirstScope Signature Series Robert Reeves Telescope
  • 1x 20mm Eyepiece
  • 1x 4mm Eyepiece
  • 1x Dobsonian Table Top Mount
  • Operating Instructions

Want to learn more?

Check out our blog: The Beginners Guide to Buying a Telescope

Learn Astronomy Lingo: The Essential Astronomy Glossary


FAQs

Is the Celestron Robert Reeves Telescope good for kids?

Absolutely, this would make an excellent gift for kids and the whole family to enjoy. 

Can you use a Barlow lens with the Celestron FirstScope Robert Reeves Telescope?

Yes, you can! Partner this with a 2x or 3x 1.25” Barlow lens to double or triple the eyepiece’s magnification. 

Which filters can I use with the eyepieces?

The eyepieces can take any 1.25” eyepieces. Why not check out the Celestron Moon Filter or Moon Filter Set to improve the contrast and observe the Moon in even more detail. 


Solar Warning

  • Never look directly at the Sun with the naked eye or with an optic (unless you have the proper solar filter). Permanent and irreversible eye damage may result.
  • Never use your optic to project an image of the Sun onto any surface. Internal heat build-up can damage the optic and any accessories attached to it.
  • Never leave your optic unsupervised. Make sure an adult who is familiar with the correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.

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