A fairly large-diameter refractor telescope. Although not the best value for astronomical viewing, this is a good compromise if you want both night-time and day-time viewing.
What you can see: The Moon looks good, with craters and mountains. Venus is a small disk with phases visible. Mars is a very small disk. Jupiter is a small but clear disk. You should be able to see its main weather bands (just) and four biggest moons. Saturn is small but nice. You can see the rings and some of the moons. Deep sky objects (nebulae etc) are visible but relatively faint. Star clusters such as Omega Centauri look okay. Comets can look great but they vary a lot.
Objective lens 102 mm;
Focal length 600 mm;
Focal ratio f/5.8;
Highest Practical Magnification 200x.
Alt-az Mount; 20 mm eyepiece;
10 mm eyepiece;
Red dot Finderscope.