3rd December 2019

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Which is better a reflector or refractor telescope?

Each telescope has its own advantage, for instance the refractor is better for observing the planets and the moon and the reflector for deep-sky objects (e.g. galaxies). However, the refractor suffers from what is known as chromatic aberration. The third type that I mentioned was the Schmidt Cassegrain telescope.

Regarding this, which telescope is best to buy to view planets?

Best Telescope to See Planets – Your Complete Guide
  • • Celestron 21037 PowerSeeker 70EQ.
  • • Orion 10029 StarBlast 90mm AltAzimuth Refractor.
  • • Celestron NexStar 4SE Maksutov-Cassegrain.
  • • Sky-Watcher ProED 100mm Doublet APO Refractor.
  • • Meade LX70 6" Maksutov-Cassegrain.
  • The Best Telescopes for Seeing Planets?

How much does it cost for a really good telescope?

There are many fine options for less than $300, and at least one great telescope for less than $200 — the StarBlast 4.5-inch Astro from Orion Telescopes & Binoculars (S&T: June 2003, page 46).

What is the best telescope?

Best Telescope Reviews of 2018
PRODUCTBEST FORAPERTURE SIZE (mm)
Celestron NexStar 127 SLTBest Beginner Telescope127 mm
Orion 8945 SkyQuest XT8 Classic DobsonianBest Rated Telescope203 mm
Celestron 127 EQ PowerSeekerBest Telescope Under $200127 mm
Orion 10014 SkyQuest XT 4.5Best Telescope For The Money114 mm
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