If you love astronomy, you will probably enjoy observing celestial objects through a telescope. But observing is no substitute for knowing and understanding. Here’s an idea to remedy this issue: try the Meade MySky PLUS personal Sky Exploration Guide, a great tool to use from the company that brought you Meade Telescopes. Just point it at any part of the night sky and the Meade MySky will tell you what you are looking at. Nifty facts and trivia are included of course. There are over 30,000 space objects programmed into the My Sky Plus by Meade, you can learn something new every day for the rest of your life…literally. If you use the Meade MySky Plus once a day, it will provide you with new information for over 82 years. Of course, it is ok to use it more than once per day.
There are two groups of people that will fall in love with the MySky instantly.
For amateur astronomers, the Meade My Sky Plus will add a whole new dimension to their hobby. Have you ever looked at the night sky through your telescope and come across something you had never seen before? Just point the MySky at the mysterious object, and it will let you know all kinds of information about the object.. You can put the days of having to remember, go home, and look it up on the internet behind you. If you have lost interest in astronomy over time, the My Sky will surely reinvigorate your pastime.
The second group is children. If you know a child with an interest in astronomy, the MySky PLUS by Meade will keep them entertained for hours. Filled with fascinating facts and information, the My Sky Plus by Meade will intrigue any child’s sense of wonder for years to come. No wonder the mysky plus received the Excellence in Design Award from the Children’s Technology Review. OpticsPlanet features the MySky Plus for under $150.00 making it an affordable holiday gift this season.
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