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Powered by 8 AA (user supplied) batteries or an optional AC adapter these NexStar GoTo’s love to travel. The internal battery compartment provides power to the high precision servo motors for rigid low-vibration performance while eliminating cord wrap issues associated with external battery packs.
With the NexStar’s ergonomically designed hand control, the user is free to remove the hand control from its holder for remote use or leave it cradled for hands-free operation. With a touch of a button you can select the object catalog, change the slew speed, view fascinating information about an object, or simply know if a desired object is visible in the sky.
Celestron’s Revolutionary SkyAlign
Using Celestron’s patented SkyAlign (patent pending), simply input the date, time and location into the hand control then slew the telescope to any three bright celestial objects in the sky. You do not need to know the names of the stars – you can even pick the Moon or bright planets!
I bought one of these as a step up from a cheap and cheerful 3 inch reflector. My experience has been ok, I have some reservations though.. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CH Derby
This is a superb telescope, I already own a custom built 220mm reflector but I needed a scope that was quick to set up and have good quality optics, the Celestron has exceeded my... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Philip Gowers
waste of money
haven't been able to use it due to a software error
brought 2 cables and downloaded software but still it comes up with an error
why have celestron... Read more
- Very portable, easy to setup. You will probably get to use it more than larger telescopes.
- Great at planets. Read more
OK I've had this for a few months but was waiting for a good run of clear sky before reviewing. I am a complete amateur and this is my first scope. It's great! Read morePublished on 12 May 2013 by Mr. D. P. Chaplin
This is my first computerised telescope, having moved up from a smaller reflector. This scope was about the top of my price range(the next step up is the £600+). Read morePublished on 25 Feb. 2013 by Tam the Bam