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  1. What would be a good, but simple to use, telescope for a very enthusiastic 10 year old? I have researched the internet and am thinking that some sort of reflector would be best, but which? My grandson is autistic, but very bright and he bombards me with facts about the Solar System, exo-planets, distances, moons, ages, gravity et al, so I think he would actually enjoy seeing what's out there. I think the telescope should, at least, be good enough to see, for example, Jupiter's moons. HELP PLEASE. With gratitude to anyone who answers.
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