This editor-approved telescope is on sale for Cyber Monday

Get a great view of the stars, planets, and other extraterrestrial sights with this Celestron telescope deal at Amazon.
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Amanda Reed

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The sun is setting earlier, giving you a longer chance to get a view of the night sky. You can see stars, planets, meteors, and more with this Celestron telescope deal at Amazon for Cyber Monday.

Celestron-AstroMaster 114EQ Newtonian Telescope-Reflector Telescope for Beginners $199.96 (Was $319.95)

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This telescope is great for older kids who want to learn more about the sky or someone with a budding interest in the stars. It’s just as user-friendly as it is powerful, and the package includes 2 eyepieces (20mm and 10mm), a full-height tripod, and a StarPointer red dot finderscope. You also get a free download of Starry Night, a software program that helps you learn about what’s in the atmosphere. I’ve personally seen the moon through a telescope and it is indeed super, super, super cool.

If you’re thinking to yourself, “How can I support one of my favorite 151-year-old brands while fulfilling my desire to own a telescope of my own?”, it’s your lucky day. Our telescope, made in collaboration with Celestron, is up to $100 off this Cyber Monday.

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This telescope under $500 is a beginner-friendly model with an even friendlier price. The short tub provides a relatively loose view of celestial objects, so beginners won’t get frustrated trying to find specific areas. Plus, the short tube design keeps it small and light, so this is a great scope to keep as a backup for quick jaunts out into dark sky country without lots of gear.


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Amanda Reed is a commerce updates writer at Popular Science. She makes sure all product round-ups are up-to-date, shares deals happening all over the internet, and reviews various gizmos and gadgets. She lives in Pittsburgh with JunkJunk, a handsome, sad-looking tuxedo cat who only wants wet food and attention.