Engineered with American innovation for beginner and seasoned stargazers alike, the Celestron Travel Scope 70 is a professionally designed refractor telescope perfect for terrestrial and celestial viewing on the go. Our telescope for kids and adults to use together features fully coated, high-quality glass optics, including a refractor-style 70mm objective lens. It’s designed with several operating features that make it exceptionally user-friendly. Celestron’s high quality materials and precision manufacturing standards are unmatched in our class and against our competitors. The 70mm telescope comes with two quality eyepieces (20mm and 10mm) that deliver crisp high-power and low-power viewing during the day or night, allowing you to stargaze or enjoy close-up views of nature and wildlife.
This professionally engineered telescope allows you to view star clusters, Jupiter, Saturn, the Moon, and brighter deep-sky objects like the Andromeda Galaxy and Orion Nebula. An included star diagonal permits the optical tube to serve as an ideal telescope for terrestrial viewing during daylight hours. Built with beginners in mind, the Travel Scope assembles in seconds with no tools required. It’s easy to use to navigate the sky. The telescope kit weighs 3.3 pounds, which makes is perfect for impromptu observing sessions or transporting it wherever you’d like.
Our Celestron 70mm Travel Scope includes (2) eyepieces (20mm and 10mm), a 45° erect image diagonal, a finder scope, and a travel backpack. The 5×24 finder scope improves the viewing experience by helping you quickly center objects in your eyepiece. You can also download Celestron’s BONUS Starry Night Astronomy Software Package with information on 10,000 celestial objects, printable sky maps, and more. It’s the best way to learn about the night sky and plan your next observing session. Tom Johnson founded Celestron in 1960 after building a telescope to share the night sky with his sons. Since then, Celestron has established itself as the world’s #1 telescope brand. Celestron telescopes are used by scientists in world-class research observatories and even aboard the International Space Station.