Celestron

Celestron make a wide range of binoculars to suit many interests, including Bird Watching, Nature Observation and Astronomy.
Celestron Binoculars

Celestron make a wide range of binoculars to suit many interests, including Bird Watching, Nature Observation and Astronomy.

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The Celestron Spotting scopes are ideal for nature watching and general observation work.
Celestron Spotting Scopes

The Celestron Spotting scopes are ideal for nature watching and general observation work.

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Celestron have a comprehensive range of telescopes to suit the curious beginner to the avid astronomy enthusiast.
Celestron Telescopes

Celestron have a comprehensive range of telescopes to suit the curious beginner to the avid astronomy enthusiast.

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Main telescope types.  Answers to common questions.  What to look at first.
Celeston Telescope Buying Guide

Main telescope types. Answers to common questions. What to look at first.

Sky Guide January 2021

Mercury Evening planet. Greatest eastern elongation on 24 Jan when it sets 100 minutes after the Sun.

Venus Bright morning planet, the position worsening over the month. Moon nearby on 11 Jan.

Mars Dimming evening planet. Apparent size 8 arcseconds by 31 January.

Þ Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury can be seen together in a lovely set of groupings, low in the southwest approximately 40 minutes after sunset, throughout the second week of January. Credit: Pete Lawrence
Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury can be seen together in a lovely set of groupings, low in the southwest approximately 40 minutes after sunset, throughout the second week of January. Credit: Pete Lawrence

Jupiter Bright evening planet lost mid-month. Solar conjunction on 28 January. Near Saturn and Mercury from 8 January.

Saturn Evening planet, near Jupiter.  Lost as it approaches solar conjunction on 24 January.

Uranus Well positioned evening planet reaching 50º altitude. Mars is 1.6º from Uranus on 20 January.

Neptune Evening binocular planet near Phi (φ) Aquarii.