Look at the stars, look how they shine


Look at the stars, look how they shine


The Aeon Telescope Kindler brings a new definition to the phrase ‘aim for the stars’. This tiny yet powerful telescope is ideal for the amateur stargazer, making astronomy truly accessible to the masses. The telescope pivots on a magnetically stabilized ball and socket joint, allowing the user to precisely aim and position it. It works with a companion app, allowing one to view cosmic bodies on the screen, along with all the necessary information. Much like an augmented reality encyclopedia! Can someone buy me this as an early Christmas gift?

Designer: Marius Kindler





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