Is Edmund Scientific still in business?
In 1984, the company split into Edmund Scientific and Edmund Industrial Optics, the latter taking over their optical manufacturing. Later known simply as Edmund Optics, the commercial side of the company continued to expand and now has a multinational presence.
What happened to the Edmund Scientific catalog?
Edmund Optics Inc. (EO; Barrington, NJ; www.edmundoptics.com) is selling its Edmund Scientific consumer science catalog business to Science Kit & Boreal Laboratories (Tonawanda, NY).
What can you see with a 14 inch Dobsonian telescope?
The 14” telescope optical tube collapses down to just a little over 38”, allowing you to transport the scope in a majority of vehicles. The large 14” mirror delves deep into the universe, showing you thousands of objects from Saturn, Jupiter, & Mars to galaxies, nebulae and star clusters millions of light years away.
How much does a 50 inch telescope cost?
The “small” one lists for $55,600, the 40-inch is $80,000, and the 50-inch goes for $123,000.
Which is better Dobsonian or Newtonian?
Dobsonian mounted telescopes are almost always Newtonian due to the Newt’s ideal placement of the eyepiece. A Dobsonian mount does not track the stars as they move in the sky, so it’s not suitable for some applications but it’s a great “looking around” mount and is really easy to use.
What kind of catalog is Edmund Scientific?
From fun experiments, unique science toys and oddities to some of the best optics and telescopes around, the Edmund Scientific catalog has been delivering wonder and inspiration, since 1942. Since 1996, Catalogs.com has been considered the web’s catalog shopping authority.
Why buy from Edmund Scientific?
From fun experiments, unique science toys and oddities to some of the best optics and telescopes around, the Edmund Scientific catalog has been delivering wonder and inspiration, since 1942. Free Shipping in the Continental US.
Why Edmund Optics®?
At Edmund Optics ®, we are passionate about giving students the opportunity to explore the fascinating world of optics and get excited about science! That’s why EO’s educational outreach program, Edmund Scientific, was developed in 2014.
Why Edmund Optics for 5th grade?
– Jaime Smith, Science Teacher “Edmund Optics did a fantastic job of introducing our 5th graders to the world of optics. Through interactive stations, the students were able to explore the different facets of how light is used.