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1. Celestron NexStar 130 SLT Computerized
$279.99
2. Celestron NexStar 60 SLT Computerized
$399.99
3. Celestron NexStar 114 SLT Computerized
$479.99
4. Celestron NexStar 102 SLT Computerized
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5. Celestron NexStar 8i SE Special
$203.40
6. Bushnell NorthStar 525mm x 3"
$379.99
7. Celestron NexStar 80 SLT Computerized
$2,199.99
8. Celestron Nexstar 8GPS Telescope
9. Celestron Nexstar 5 Telescope
$106.93
10. Celestron NexRemote Telescope
11. Celestron Nexstar 5i Telescope
12. Bushnell North Star Refractor
$1,499.99
13. Celestron Nexstar 8i Telescope
14. Celestron CGE 8" Computerized
15. Orion Holster for IntelliScope
16. Orion IntelliScope Computerized
17. Celestron C8-SGT Advanced Series
18. Meade 50066 Ds-2060at Telescope
19. Celestron Nexstar 114GT114mm Go-To
20. Bushnell 3" Northstar Reflector

1. Celestron NexStar 130 SLT Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $717.95 -- our price: $439.99
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Asin: B0007UQNNQ
Sales Rank: 1422
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Features

  • Computerized hand control with 4,000-object database
  • SkyAlign allows you to align on any 3 bright celestial objects
  • Motorized Altazimuth mount
  • Focal ratio: f5
  • Focal length: 650mm

2. Celestron NexStar 60 SLT Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $437.95 -- our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0007UQNMM
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Editorial Review

The Celestron NexStar 60 SLT Computerized Telescope is a highly affordable yet advanced telescope that can turn starry nights into space odysseys for aspiring astronomers. The telescope's 60-millimeter refractors come with a fully computerized hand control with a database of over 4,000 celestial objects. With its pre-assembled, adjustable steel tripod, the NexStar 60 can be up and ready to use in a matter of minutes. Celestron's SkyAlign alignment technology and the included StarPointer Finderscope with a red LED makes aligning a breeze. With the NexStar 60, you can see breathtaking views of the lunar landscape, Venus and its phases, Jupiter and its four moons, and much more. Weighing only 9.5 pounds, this telescope can be easily moved to your favorite observations point. ... Read more

Features

  • Telescopes 60-millimeter refractors feature a fully computerized hand control
  • Includes database of over 4,000 celestial objects
  • Pre-assembled, adjustable steel tripod makes set up quick and easy
  • StarPointer Finderscope with a red LED makes aligning a breeze
  • Weighs only 9.5 pounds

3. Celestron NexStar 114 SLT Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $677.95 -- our price: $399.99
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Asin: B0007UQNNG
Sales Rank: 3738
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Features

  • Computerized hand control with 4,000-object database
  • SkyAlign allows you to align on any three bright celestial objects
  • Motorized Altazimuth mount
  • f9 focal ratio
  • 1000mm focal length

4. Celestron NexStar 102 SLT Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $779.95 -- our price: $479.99
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Asin: B0007UQNN6
Sales Rank: 2679
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Features

  • Computerized hand control with 4,000-object database
  • SkyAlign allows you to align on any 3 bright celestial objects
  • Motorized Altazimuth mount
  • Focal ratio: f6
  • Focal length: 660mm

5. Celestron NexStar 8i SE Special Edition Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics (01 August, 2005)
list price: $2,597.95 -- our price: Too Low To Display
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Asin: B000AY79NW
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Celestron NexStar 8i SE Computerized Telescope is one of the most precise and advanced astronomical instruments on the market today for serious amateurs. Equipped with high speed motors and an ergonomically designed hand control, the NexStar-i allows you to remotely move your telescope to desired objects quickly and accurately. At a touch of a button, you can move your telescope across the sky in a matter of seconds and track objects remotely as the Earth rotates beneath them. At just twenty-four pounds, the NexStar 8i SE is as portable as it is versatile and will give you years of night-viewing pleasure.Read more

Features

  • Celestron's patented SkyAlign provide data on tens of thousands of celestial objects
  • 40,000-plus object database includes the complete Messier, NGC, IC, and Caldwell catalogs, customized lists of galaxies, and much more
  • Schmidt-Cassegrain optical system with high-quality optical coatings for sharp, bright views
  • Weighs only 24 pounds; can be easily transported to new locations
  • Features a six-degree per second slew speed, fully enclosed motors on both axes, and an integrated hand controller

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Celestron SE 8i, XLT
I've read the previous reviews. Those people were a little tough on the scope ! I'll keep it short and simple.Packaging was good, no problems.The sturdiness of the mount is not a problem with the weight of this scope tube. I have had NO difficulties with it. Above all, I feel the optics are quite satisfactory.This isn't the Hubble ST you know !Locked in the finder and centered it. Have had two "carry trips" to the back yard and it's still quite accurate. The Alignment for the Go-To requires you enter a good time, exact location and have the scope LEVEL. (mount a bubble level in the middle of the battery lid)Locate the three alignment stars in the CENTER of the eyepiece.If you do it carefully it works great !The power drain on 8 dbl A's is a bit much.Took a cheap 12V-7 mAh Batt, added a plug and have PLENTY of power.I let the 8 Batteries in as a back up so as not to lose alignment if my connection is lost. As far as the control holding clip, it could be better but as I move around the scope observing, I find I leave it "dangle" anyway.The 25mm Eyepiece supplied is good. With this scope, wide field (68 deg x 25 to 40 mm), low power EP's are a great addition. An Ultra Block Filter is also a good idea for nebulae. Going to try a focal reducer soon.All in all I'm pleased with the set up.It's price wasn't crippling for 8 inches of aperture.It's not a big pain to move around.With proper care it should last me for years.

2-0 out of 5 stars The NexStar 8i XLT telescope is disappointing for a newbie astronomer.
Admittedly I am very new to astronomy; however, I performed lots of research when looking for a telescope. I originally wanted to stay around the four-hundred dollar range for a telescope, but quickly fell for all the "Nice" features.
5-0 out of 5 stars An amazingly wonderful telescope!
I have always wanted a telescope and I have never owned one. After doing a lot of research I decided on getting the Nexstar 8i SE because I wanted to do more than just occasional observing. It was the best decision that I made.
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6. Bushnell NorthStar 525mm x 3" Motorized GoTo Reflector Telescope
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $319.99 -- our price: $203.40
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Asin: B0000A4LYK
Sales Rank: 9047
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal for first time astronomers and experienced astronomers
  • Computerized Star Locator stores over 20,000 astronomical objects, with real voice output
  • Kinematic mount for precise movement
  • Magnification: 525x
  • Objective lens: 3 inches

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Everything bad you've read it true...
Everything bad you've read in the other reviews is all 100% true.From the lack of tracking, poor go-to (because it doesn't keep the time after you've set it), to the way over exaggerated magnification claims, shaky mount-- all true.
1-0 out of 5 stars Simple way to filter out junk telescopes from the decision process....
A useful rule of thumb for determining maximum useable magnfication for a telescope is 50x per inch (or about 2x per millimeter).
2-0 out of 5 stars Different model, same problems
First off, I just want to say that I have the model up from this scope (with the 4 inch mirror), and I have the exact same problems as with this model.
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7. Celestron NexStar 80 SLT Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $617.95 -- our price: $379.99
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Asin: B0007UQNMW
Sales Rank: 11041
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Features

  • Computerized hand control with 4,000 object database
  • SkyAlign allows you to align on any 3 brights celestial objects
  • Motorized Altazimuth mount
  • f11 focal ratio
  • 900mm focal length

8. Celestron Nexstar 8GPS Telescope (Telescope only)
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $4,098.99 -- our price: $2,199.99
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Asin: B00006371U
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Editorial Review

Introduced in 1970, the Celestron 8 is one of the most, if not Read more

Features

  • Focal length of 2032mm
  • 203mm (8-inch) diameter Schmidt-Cassegrain refractor
  • Observe immediately with the computerized auto align feature
  • Automatic slewing to over 18,000 celestial objects
  • Common sense menu descriptions

9. Celestron Nexstar 5 Telescope (Telescope Only)
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $1,049.99
Asin: B00004ZD39
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The NexStar 5 combines deluxe features with Celestron'slegendarySchmidt-Cassegrain optical system to provide amateur astronomers with asophisticated and easy-to-use telescope. It has a 5-inch diameterrefractor, afocal length of 1250mm, a focal ratio of f/10, and one multicoated 25mm(50x)1.25-inch Plossl eyepiece.Read more

Features

  • Focal length of 1250mm
  • 127mm (5-inch) diameter Schmidt-Cassegrain refractor
  • Observe immediately with the computerized auto align feature
  • Automatic slewing to over 18,000 celestial objects
  • Common sense menu descriptions

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars goto where ?
After receiving this scope .I read the instructions and understood them. The goto feature is not difficult to figure out.So I had no problems there. I have never been able to see any neb. or gal. Nothing but the usual boring venus and jupiter. The moon of course. This scope although expensive is no better than my dept. store telescope. What good is goto when you getthere there is nothing to see. Star test was excellent so it doesnt need collimation. DO NOT BUY ANY SCOPE WITH LESS THAN 8inches of apeture. And you can take that to the bank!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars What I see through this scope
I originally ordered the Nexstar 80 GT because I wanted to see the bands of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn during winter of 2001-2 while those planets were high and bright. Before it shipped, an astronomer friend suggested that I save [price] on a 5" or 8" scope by not buying that one. So I bought the Nexstar 5 instead. Overall, I am very happy with it, but now I wish that I had saved [price] on an 8" or 10" scope by not buying the 5". 5-0 out of 5 stars Compact and easy to use.
Small enough to throw in the trunk of your car, sturdy enough to withstand the rigors of stumbling around the backyard in the dark, the Nexstar 5 offers fine viewing and ease of use for any beginner that does not have the time or the attention span to learn the locations of many celestial objects. ... Read more


10. Celestron NexRemote Telescope Control Software Package
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $157.99 -- our price: $106.93
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Asin: B00023AR2Q
Sales Rank: 7815
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Features

  • Control your Celestron computerized telescope from your personal computer
  • Keep your eyes on the stars instead of the LCD by enabling speech support
  • Wireless control of the telescope with Optional Gamepad Support
  • Connect to your personal GPS device to NexRemote with NexGPS
  • Alignment in any tracking mode; database of objects

11. Celestron Nexstar 5i Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $1,698.99
Asin: B00006F2VV
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Editorial Review

The Nexstar 5i is the newest version of Celestron's legendary five inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. It is compact, easy to transport, and easy to use. The five-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain optics are sharp enough to bring out pleasing detail on the Moon, on the planets, and on star clusters and galaxies, yet the optical tube is less than twelve inches long. It's small enough to carry outside, even when all set up and ready to go, small enough to take on camping trips, and easy to transport to public star parties. This telescope package does not include the tripod or the computerized hand control; although you can set up the telescope on a sturdy surface and observe bright objects this way, realistically you'll want the computer control. Read more

Features

  • 127mm (5-inch) diameter Schmidt-Cassegrain refractor
  • Compass calibration, enabling you to point to true north more accurately
  • Manually slew across the sky in seconds or track a star equatorially
  • Electronic controls allows you to move the telescope at six different rates
  • Auxiliary Port for optional accessories, including GPS module

12. Bushnell North Star Refractor 60mm Telescope w/Computer Star Locator
by Bushnell
Electronics
list price: $199.99
Asin: B00005AY5K
Sales Rank: 12927
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13. Celestron Nexstar 8i Telescope Kit w/XLT Coatings
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $2,474.00 -- our price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B0000BXF6I
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Combining the powerful optics of Celestron's legendary 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and premium XLT coatings with the solid computerized tracking system developed for its popular Nexstar 5, Celestron'sNexstar 8i is a remarkable telescope value. Compared to theNexstar 5i, the eight inch version is only six pounds heavier and only a little more expensive, yet it delivers more than two and a half times the NX5's light gathering power. The Nexstar 8i's excellent optics easily bring out wonderful detail on the moon, the planets, and on star clusters and galaxies. Read more

Features

  • 203mm (8-inch) diameter Schmidt-Cassegrain refractor
  • Compass calibration, enabling you to point to true north more accurately
  • Electronic controls allows you to move the telescope at six different rates
  • 40,000 object database
  • XLT coatings

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars a portable telescope
I just bought a Nextstar 8i a week ago and I owe a Meade ETX 125.Comparing the Celestron with the Meade, I have the following conclusions. Meade's computer hand control is much better than Celestron's.To set up the Meade telescope, all I need to know is where north is.After pointing the telescope to north, entering the time, selecting my location from a list (only once), the telescope automatically goes to two bright stars for setting the alignment.With the Celestron, I need to enter the time, the longitude (make sure you know whether it is east or west, I was confused the first time) and the latitude (again need to know north or south), then select an alignment start from a list.I happened to know only one star, the Polaris, it was a pain for me to read through the star charts included in the telescope manual to figure where the other named stars were located.I too needed the manual to find my longitude and latitute in the dark.Also when entering the time, Meade's hand control conveniently turns on a small red light, so I can use it to read my watch's display. Celestron's hand control does not have this feature. The ETX comes with a real finder scope (though its optical quality is poor), it is relatively easy to put an alignment star to the center of the cross hair. The 8i has only a red dot (which I constantly forgot to turn off when I was done with my observation).It is much harder to put a star to align with with the red dot and be able to see the star in the telescope.I almost broke my neck when I tried to align some stars near zenith.I believe I need to get a real finder scope soon for the 8i (costs $100).The ETX comes with a carrying bag for the tripod, the 8i does not.In terms of seeing more details in planets and more deep sky objects, the 8i wins as expected.In terms of pointing accuracy, 8i probably wins since it was able to find some deep sky objects without too much of my help.But when I asked it to point to the moon, it was off by 5-10 degrees. I don't know why.8i is very light, it weighs almost the same as the EXT.But both telescopes' mounts are shaky.At higher magnification, a gentle touch (turning the focusing knob), causes the star image to blur, making it hard to get a sharply focused image.An electronic focuser may be needed.I know I had better know the longitude and latitude before I head to different site.And Celestron's manual does not include any alignment star charts for the northern hemisphere. ... Read more


14. Celestron CGE 8" Computerized Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $6,797.95
Asin: B00009MT2C
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Features

  • Carbon Fiber Optical Tube
  • Computerized Equatorial Mount
  • Fastar Compatible for f/2 CCD Imaging
  • Double line, 16 character Liquid Crystal Display; 19 fiber optic backlit Computerized Hand Control
  • 8" (203.2mm) Schmidt-Cassegrain optical design

15. Orion Holster for IntelliScope Controller
by ORION
Electronics

Asin: B0000XMYJW
Sales Rank: 7835
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Features

  • Holds IntelliScope Computerized Object Locator on Dob base for convenient access.
  • Made of aluminum
  • Includes template for drilling pilot holes
  • Includes two mounting screws

16. Orion IntelliScope Computerized Object Locator
by ORION
Electronics

Asin: B0000XMYGA
Sales Rank: 5981
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Features

  • Plug in to any SkyQuest XT IntelliScope for computerized pointing access to celestial objects
  • Locates over 14,000 galaxies, nebulas, star clusters, and more with pushbutton ease
  • Two-line, backlit LCD screen
  • Illuminated keypad; illumination is adjustable
  • User-friendly menu buttons for object types, Tour, ID mode, and more

17. Celestron C8-SGT Advanced Series 8" Schmidt Cassegrain Telescope with Starbright XLT Coatings, with Dual Axis Go-To Slew Motors and Computerized Hand Control - 40,000 Object Database.
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $2,807.95
Asin: B00013D2MY
Sales Rank: 21478
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Features

  • GPS-compatible with optional CN16 GPS Accessory (#93963)
  • Proven NexStar® computer control technology
  • RS-232 communication port on hand control to control the telescope via a personal computer
  • Autoguider port for long exposure astrophotography
  • 40,000+ object database with 400 user-definable objects and expanded information on over 200 objects

18. Meade 50066 Ds-2060at Telescope
by Meade
Electronics
list price: $478.00
Asin: B00007BKFL
Sales Rank: 10684
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Features

  • DS-2060AT Telescope With Autostar Computer Control

19. Celestron Nexstar 114GT114mm Go-To Reflector Telescope
by Celestron
Electronics
list price: $598.00
Asin: B00004ZD38
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Celestron likes to say, "the only simple thing about NexStar is its operation," and we have to agree. The sophisticated NexStar 114 GT is quite easy to assemble, even for a complete novice. Once you put the scope together and mount it on the sturdy aluminum tripod (also included), simply take the hand control with illuminated dual 16-character LCD display, and dial in the date, location, and position of north. Using its quiet, high-precision servo motor, the NexStar automatically aligns itself with the night sky.Read more

Features

  • Star Pointer finderscope
  • 25mm (40x) and 10mm (100x) 1.25-inch SMA eyepieces
  • 114mm (4.5-inch) diameter Newtonian reflector
  • Adjustable aluminum tripod
  • Complete go-to computer hand control

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars A Nice telescope for a beginner
I bought this telescope about 2 or 3 years ago. I am not disappointed with it. For a decent price, you get a 4.5 inch reflector telescope with 2 eyepieces(10 mm for 100x and 25mm for 40x)and the nexstar tracking system. Set up was easy, and the optics were good. I have seen other reviews say that you can get a 6 or 8 inch dobsonian for the price of this. While this is true, I needed the tracking system, because I live in a light polluted area where "star hopping" just isn't going to work. The tripod is steady and is adjustable. The optics are good and clear.
5-0 out of 5 stars Good and affordable motorized telescope!
I bought the Nestar 114GT as my first telescope and I'm really having a great time!
1-0 out of 5 stars This should read zero stars for their poor customer service
First, let me say that the telescope is OK, it's actually pretty nice for a basic beginners scope. You can see the rings of Saturn fairly well. The drive system is a little shaky, so if you go over a 166X magnification (optional 6mm eyepiece) you need to shut off the tracking to get a good view. But for the money I could live with that. That said, let me tell you about their disappointing customer service. I bought a bunch of Celestron accessories, hard carrying case, a tripod case, a case of eyepieces and filters, and a solar filter to look at the Sun, I spent a little extra money, All Celestron stuff. The second time I used the telescope I hit it on a doorknob and put a little dent in it. Stupid me, it was all my fault. It still works fine, but my poor brand new telescope has a dent in it about the size of a quarter and that sucks. I wanted to fix it, it all disassembles to the bare sheet metal tube in about 10 minutes or so, I tried to work the dent out, but it's still there. I put it all back together, it still works fine. I thought I would order a new tube no problem. WRONG!!!!!.Read more


20. Bushnell 3" Northstar Reflector Telescope w/Automated Tracking System
by Bushnell
Electronics

Asin: B00005AY5H
Sales Rank: 18761
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Features

  • 20,000 Object Onboard Starfinding Computer
  • Red Dot LED Finderscope
  • Kinematic Motion
  • Camera Adaptable
  • Barlow Lens

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