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Celestron CPC 1100 GPS (XLT) (70 x 280mm) Telescope


The largest aperture of the CPC GPS line, The CPC 1100 GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope has the most light gathering power and has a limiting magnitude of nearly 15. The CPC 1100 GPS takes full advantage of its vast database of thousands of NGC and Abell galaxies as well as delivering a new level of detail to all your favorite deep sky objects. This CPC 1100 GPS features Celestron's premium StarBright XLT coatings.Minimize

Manufacturer:Celestron Product MPNKey Features
Optical Design   Catadioptrics
Optical Diameter280 mm
Finderscope   Optical
Focal Length2800 mm
Max Useful Magnificationx 70


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Celestron PowerSeeker 127 EQ 21049 (750 x 127mm) Telescope

The PowerSeekers come in a choice of refractor or reflector, equatorial or altazimuth mount design. The PowerSeekers come with all coated glass optical components with for enhanced image brightness and clarity. The Newtonian reflectors offer larger aperture and greater light gathering power needed to resolve the faint detail of hundreds of deep-sky and other celestial objects.Minimize

Educational Insights 5273 (80 x 50mm) Telescope

With the GeoVision microscope and telescope set, you can view everything from a microbe to the moon! The portable 360mm telescope features lightweight metal tube construction and a 50mm achromatic objective lens. The all-glass optics and rack-and-pinion focusing deliver clear, up-close images at magnifications from 20x to 80x. Easy-to-use refractor design and table-top tripod make it perfect for on-the-go discovery. The microscope features durable die-cast metal construction for years of micro-exploring fun.Minimize

Meade LXD75AR-6 Telescope

Diffraction-Limited Optics Meades Schmidt-Newtonian and Schmidt-Cassegrain optics yield pinpoint stellar images over an extremely wide field-of-view with only half the coma of standard Newtonians of the same focal ratio.

Meade ETX-80AT-TC (270 x 80mm) Telescope

All of the major planets except Pluto are easily observable through Meade's brand-new 80mm (3.1) achromatic refractor telescope. You can study Saturn and its ring system; the primary cloud belts of Jupiter and its 4 major satellites; the Moonlike phases of Mercury and Venus; and much more.