Showing a constellation or star will not be difficult with the help of the Skyline green laser pointer. This is because this amazing laser pointer emits diverse green laser beams that appear to stretch up to the stars. This amazing laser unit with an output of 5mW over nearly 80 miles throughout the galaxy can still be seen in a dark and somewhat polluted atmosphere (cloudy or smoky place), unlike this red laser pointer, this mystical green mess can be seen in the darkest of nights and not even fade at great distances which means these units are easily seen in dark and foggy situations. These units usually come 6 feet long and with pocket clips. The skyline unit is equipped with three (3) triple A batteries but flows quickly.
Some people with the Skyscout unit (a revolutionary handheld device that uses advanced GPS technology with the convenience of point and click to identify thousands of stars, planets, constellations and more.) Can install their Skyline green bookmarks reliably and most of their coworkers or viewers can see what their unit shows, whether it’s constellations, stars, or even colonies hidden above the stars (just kidding, but who knows?), with just a touch of a finger on the “target button” then the Skyscout “LCD” button can analyze the description or even coordinate.
Even though, the bracket (ABS) attaches to the SkyScout side. Manufacturers claim that it will not interfere with the GPS Sky Scout system or the ability to point perfectly. The manufacturer also states that brackets are recommended ONLY for use with Orion SkyLine Green Laser Pointers, which have been thoroughly tested to ensure that they will not interfere with the Sky Scout GPS system or pointer accuracy. So if you use SkyScout more than just a rarity, and use SkyScout as a teaching aid or just want to see objects more comfortably, Skyline along with a bracket can be a good investment.