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When it comes to deep-sky observation telescopes, aperture definitely wins. The more aperture you have, the more light you can collect. The more light you collect, the fainter an object you can see. So, you might ask, why not just buy the biggest telescope I can afford? The answer might surprise you. There are several other important aspects that play into what type of telescope you might want for catching those faint fuzzies.
In our experience, a large Dobsonian telescope under a dark sky puts us in our happy zone.
We say measure your car and your storage space and get the biggest scope you can! Take advantage of the cool collapsible designs to maximize the portability. But don’t forget: A scope that is TOO large will not get used very often, and that would be very sad indeed.
There is nothing more satisfying than a night under dark skies with a big aperture telescope.
The night sky has so many deep-sky gems to offer. Let us help you find the best telescope for deep-sky viewing that will help you see all these faint fuzzies, as well as suit your lifestyle.