Welcome to Astronomy For Beginners! As I was getting into astronomy I found it difficult trawling through all the virtually infinite amount of information on the internet, so I’ve tried to bring together what I’ve managed to learn here. Information about what sort of equipment to buy, what to look for in a telescope, and where to point the thing once you’ve got it! Theres also other useful stuff about astronomy in general, and some handy links to other useful pages. If you’re interested in astrophotography you can have a look at the pictures I’ve taken, upload your own, and learn how to do it in the astrophotography section. Have a look at the brand new telescope reviews section- if you’ve got a telescope, tell everyone what you think about it by submitting a review!


Educational Insights Geosafari Vega 600 Telescope Review

Educational Insights Geosafari Vega 600 Telescope     PRODUCT DETAILS Includes telescope with all-glass optics and 30x, 60x, 75x, and 150x magnifications. Also includes 50mm objective lens, 2 eyepieces, 2x image erector, 5 x 24mm finder scope, and 2-element achromatic...

Educational Insights GeoSafari Vega 360 Review

Educational Insights GeoSafari Vega 360     PRODUCT DETAILS Durable and lightweight, this real, powerful refractor telescope is perfect for backyard exploring and on-the-go discovery. Explore birds and animals, the craters of the moon, and more! Includes telescope...

Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST Equatorial Review

Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST   PRODUCT DETAILS This 5.1 inch aperture reflector telescope gathers an ample amount of light for great views of the planets and Moon, as well as brighter galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters Short 24 inch long optical tube design for easy...

The Sun Now

The Sun, the star that is the centre of our Solar System and the most important source of energy for life here on Earth. Made of hot plasma is always evolving, from Solar flares to Solar storms you can follow its latest activity here.

The Moon Phases

The Moon is an astronomical body that orbits planet Earth. It’s the fifth largest satellite on our solar system.  The phases of the moon are always varying between the direction of sunlight and the view from Earth. You can check the current moon phases by calendar  here.

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