Hi, I am new here. Just got my Skywatcher p130 scope and I love it but I find the 2x default eyepieces that come with it arent that great. They are the 25mm and 10mm for reference. I was testing it to see Jupiter on the weekend however it was a bright yellow blur like a star with rays coming off it. I could see the 2 moons orbiting it though so maybe the time and light pollution didnt help. I am located in a big city.
Anyway I want to enjoy seeing planets and other deep space objects, can someone kind enough please recommend me some links or exact model and eyepiece size I should aim for? I have looked at some topics and seen lots of numbers thrown around and terms that confuse me. It would help for beginners if alot of the topics had example photos of said space images to show the difference in size and quality you can see with the different lenses as that is the best form to see how good it is I feel. Anyway I am waiting for my cheshire collamating tool to arrive to see if maybe I need to do that as to why Jupiter was blury for me but I still would like additional lenses to enjoy space for me and my wife during our outings. I can see alot of people seem to recommend the eyepiece goldline series. I cant find which brand they are I assume they are an unknown Chinese knockoff as that is all that I can find on ebay really so I hope they are the correct eyepieces. I think 4mm and 6mm eyepieces seem to be popular if that is correct for my needs?
These are links that I found for reference if they are the same brand that most seem to be mentioning here: