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  1. Celestron CGX Equatorial 800 Schmidt-Cassegrain Computerized Telescope 12050

    $3,799.00
    The Celestron CGX Equatorial 800 Schmidt-Cassegrain with Starbright XLT coatings puts a time-tested industry-standard 8" aperture Schmidt-Cassegrain optical tube on the Celestron CGX heavy-duty high-precision computerized go-to German equatorial mount.
  2. Celestron CGEM II 800 Computerized 8" f/10 Telescope 12010

    $2,999.00

    The Celestron CGEM II 800 combines industry-standard 8" Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain optics with a newly-designed computerized go-to German equatorial mount for upscale performance at a price that won't break your budget . . .

  3. Celestron CGEM II 700 7" Maksutov-Cassegrain Telescope

    $3,499.00

    700 Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope with f/15 focal ratio provides high contrast views of the planets and lunar landscapes, perfect for serious planetary imagers and visual observers.

    Celestron’s premium StarBright XLT coatings ensure maximum light transmission.

    The CGEM II, with its 40 lbs load capacity, is the latest update to the venerable CGEM mount and provides a sturdy and rigid platform.

    The drive system, consisting of low cog DC Servo motors with integrated optical encoders, steel worm gears supported by precision sealed bearings, and brass worm wheels, ensures smooth and accurate slewing and tracking.

  4. Celestron CGX-L 1100 11" SCT Computerized Go-To Telescope 12071

    $6,999.00
    The Celestron CGX-L 1100 puts the big light-gathering capacity of 11" Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain optics on a newly-designed rock-solid 75 pound payload capacity CGX-L go-to German equatorial mount . . .
  5. Celestron 6" Advanced VX Series Go-To Equatorial Newtonian

    Regular Price: $1,329.00

    Special Price $1,099.00

    This Celestron AVX6N telescope is a 6" fast focal ratio wide field reflector on a robust go-to computerized German equatorial mount. The substantial 6" aperture of this Celestron reflector makes it an excellent scope for all-around solar system and deep space observing alike . . .
  6. Celestron 8" Advanced VX Series Go-To Equatorial Schmidt-Cassegrain

    Regular Price: $2,299.00

    Special Price $1,899.00

    For decades, the iconic 8" aperture Celestron C8 Schmidt-Cassegrain was (and very often still is) the dream telescope of most amateur astronomers. The new Celestron AVX8SC with StarBright XLT coatings puts Celestron's decades of telescope-making experience to work to produce the latest version of that dream telescope - an affordable big scope that will make visual observers and astrophotographers alike very happy.
  7. Celestron CGX Equatorial 1100 EdgeHD f/10 Telescope 12057

    $6,399.00
    This Celestron CGX Equatorial 1100 HD Telescope is a large, yet portable, astronomer's dream. The EdgeHD optics excel at astro-photography giving you the edge you have been looking for.
  8. Celestron CGEM II 1100 11" f/10 SCT Computerized Telescope

    $4,599.00

    The Celestron CGEM II 1100 puts the big light gathering of 11" aperture Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain optics on a newly-designed high precision go-to German equatorial mount for upscale performance that's surprisingly portable...

  9. Celestron CGEM II 1100HD Computerized 11" f/10 EdgeHD Telescope 12019

    $5,699.00

    The Celestron CGEM II 1100 HD telescope combines big aperture 11" aplanatic EdgeHD high definition optics, a precision Celestron CGEM go-to German equatorial mount, and an ultra-premium 82° field Axiom eyepiece in a superlative and surprisingly portable true astrographic-quality telescope . . .

  10. Celestron 11" f/2.2 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) Version 2 on CGX-L Mount 12074

    $8,099.00
    Combine the exceptional wide-field imaging optics of the Celestron 11" f/2.22 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) Version 2 with the proven excellence of the heavy-duty Celestron CGX-L go-to equatorial mount and you have an imaging scope that is equally at home in your backyard, in your observatory, or in the field at a dark sky site.
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