Anytime I am pointing stars in the night sky with my 50mW green laser pointer, I cannot control myself to admire those elite professionals of laser crystals. As one of the hobbyist of astronomy, watching stars and other celestial objects is an indispensible work of my spare time in the evening. The long time watching just through naked eyes is really a hard job for me to continue my hobby. Anytime I am sharing the beautiful night scenery with my friends, I have to wave my arms, point my fingers, describing what I am pointing at and gesturing continuously. Stargazing by naked eyes is not an easy thing until the coming of my best solution – 50mW green laser pointer for astronomy use.
The longer time I am using 50mW green laser pointer in my spare time, I would always find more and more interesting things brought by it. The beam of this green laser is especially bright in the night sky and can spread nearly several hundred miles far away. In cloudy days, the beam can spread the heavy clouds and I can have a clear observation of any black spot in the low cloud. In good weather condition, the beam would always have a good dispersion which has provided great convenience to watch star clearly. The beam of green laser pointer is always so bright and well visible that people can always see some stars and constellations that have never seen before. Any time of new found of different constellation will always bring me a big surprise.
Green laser pointer is not only be used for stargazing and watching spot on clouds in astronomy field. It is also a wonderful tool while mounted on telescope for aligning telescopes and for astrophotography. While mounted on telescope, green laser pointer will help astronomer to make an easy and quick pointing of a certain celestial object and the bright beam would also help the telescope make a farther distance observation of the object.
While pointing a green laser pointer for stargazing and telescope observation, astronomer should have a clear observation if there are any flying objects in the sky and take active measures to protect eyes from the radiation of strong power laser beam.