Celestron NexStar SLT

By | November 30, 2011

Celestron NexStar SLT telescopes represent a new generation of telescopes with computer-controlled, targeted at novice amateur astronomers. These telescopes are equipped with technology of automatic pointing and tracking for celestial objects, an intuitive control system and additional components, ready for immediate use. After a simple setup under the guidance of the computer (even the names of the stars do not need to know!) telescope itself will bring to an object that you choose from the attached database, saving you from having to spend time on a reconciliation with star maps! Celestron NexStar SLT telescopes equipped with the latest software software, which can be updated via the Internet. Recycled mount telescopes to mount (now uses a "swallowtail") suggests an easy possibility to replace the optical tube. To improve stability of aluminum tripods telescope were replaced with steel tube tripod, which is much better to dampen vibrations occur. To help you navigate among the stars, Celestron NexStar SLT telescopes equipped with Special seeker StarPointer. With it you can easily and quickly hover your telescope exactly to the desired object.

StarPointer – is like a laser pointer that is projected directly at the night sky. You do not need to understand the upside-down image visible in the traditional finder – just point the red dot in the field of view StarPointer the desired star and all! Preparation Celestron NexStar SLT telescopes to work in minutes and does not require any tools! When you use Celestron's patented technology SkyAlign, you simply enter the date, time, and your contact information with the remote control, and then point the telescope to three bright celestial objects. Anything else will make the telescope itself. You do not even need to know the names of stars, you can use to position the moon or bright planets. . The computer system automatically identifies the Celestron NexStar selected items and make the orientation of the telescope.

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