“No matter where you live, with this easy-to-assemble, 50-mm (2-inch) diameter, 25- to 50-power achromatic refractor, you can see the celestial wonders that Galileo Galilei first glimpsed 400 years ago and that still delight stargazers today. These include lunar craters and mountains, four moons circling Jupiter, the phases of Venus, Saturn’s rings, and countless stars invisible to the unaided eye.”
My astrophysicist friend Eric (yeah, seriously) told me about this supercheap telescope. Not a bad deal for 15 bones.
Oh, yeah. One more thing:
Whenever a strange scent envelopes Manhattan, we blame Jersey. And in the case of the Maple Syrup Mystery that befell the island a while back, we were right.