The Celestron astromaster 90EQ telescope is often overlooked by the more popular astromaster 130 when it comes to starting out. But with regards specs and optical configuration , it is more suited the Lunar, Planetary and double star observations than the similar priced Newtonians from Celestron, due to the long focal length, and the fact it does not need regular collimation checks.
Very easy to set up and use, with no tools required. For a more detailed look , see the video review below . Click on the subscribe button on the image to be alerted about any new video reviews