A Great Way to Show Others "What's Up" in the Night Sky!
Have you ever wanted to point out the Orion Nebula, or trace the outline of the Sagittarius "Teapot" for someone? You point your finger, but that just doesn't cut it. "Where? You mean the third star up from that middle pine tree over there?"
The Kosmos DLX green laser pointer is perfect for stargazers. Its thin but distinct green laser beam appears to stretch all the way to the stars! A nifty teaching aid, the Kosmos DLX allows you to point out stars, planets, constellations, even moving satellites. Its far-reaching beam is visible not only by the person holding the pointer, but also by others standing nearby. While light emitted by flashlights and red lasers fades out over long distances, the Kosmos DLX <50mW green beam goes seemingly to infinity. It works even in light-polluted or moonlit skies!
The metal body is 16cm long and has a pocket clip.