A wonderful view of our lunar neighbor can be enjoyed with any magnification. Try viewing at different phases of the moon with your bushnell Telescope. Lunar highlands, lunar maria (lowlands called "seas" for their dark coloration), craters, ridges and mountains will astound you.
Even at the lowest power you should be able to see Saturn's rings and moons. This is one of the most satisfying objects in the sky to see simply because it looks like it does in pictures. Imagine seeing what you've seen in textbooks or NASA images from your backyard!
The largest planet in our solar system is spectacular. Most noted features are its dark stripes or bands both above and below its equator. These are the north and south equatorial belts. Also interesting are Jupiter's four major moons. Pay close attention to their positions from night to night. They appear to be lined up on either side of Jupiter. Which can be seen with a simple sky map
The Great Red Planet appears as a reddish-orange disk. Look at different times of the year and try to catch a glimpse of the white polar ice caps.
Just like the moon, Venus changes phases from month to month. At times Venus appears brilliantly in the night sky, just as if you were looking at a distant crescent moon.
The Great Orion Nebula is a very well known night sky object. This and many others are brought to you by this telescope.
View millions of stars densely packed in a cluster that resembles a ball.
One of the greatest and most interesting galaxies is our neighbor the Andromeda Galaxy. Enjoy this and many others.