Reflectors

Made just for astronomy, reflector telescopes use mirrors to collect vast amounts of light and make faint objects in the sky really pop. Big reflector telescopes are best for deep-sky observing and offer great resolution on planets and the moon. While big, they are often inexpensive, making it a great choice for beginners and seasoned astronomers alike. Reflectors need their mirrors re-aligned occasionally, unlike refractors, but it is not difficult with the correct tools and it is an essential skill to learn, just like tuning your instrument before you play.

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