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Celestron NexStar 130SLT (31145) (306 x 130mm) Telescope

$359.00 to $450.00



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

Manufacturer:Celestron Product MPNKey FeaturesMiscellaneous
MPN10001011
Optical Design   Newtonians
Optical Diameter130 mm
Finderscope   Optical
Focal Length650 mm
Max Useful Magnificationx 306
Mount Type   Altazimuth
MotorizedYes
UPC050234311458


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