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  1. Celestron AstroMaster 70 AZ, 2.8" Altazimuth refractor

    The Celestron AstroMaster 70 altazimuth refractor is an economical introduction to casual astronomy and terrestrial nature study for the backyard astronomer. For not much money, it supplies surprisingly good images of nature, the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects . . .

    • Unleash the power of your smartphone to take you on a guided tour of the night sky—no telescope experience required.
    • Patent-pending StarSense sky recognition technology uses your smartphone to analyze star patterns overhead and calculate its position in real time. Check phone compatibility here.
    • StarSense Explorer app automatically generates a list of objects currently visible. View planets, brighter nebulae and galaxies, star clusters, and double stars from the city. Or take your telescope to darker skies to view faint, deep sky objects.
  3. Celestron AstroMaster 90 AZ, 3.5" Altazimuth refractor

    The Celestron AstroMaster 90 altazimuth refractor is a good-value medium aperture refractor for the terrestrial observer or casual astronomer. It is ideal for tracking boats, cars, and wildlife on the ground and scanning the Moon, planets, and star clusters in the night sky . . .
  4. Celestron AstroMaster 90 EQ, 3.5" Equatorial refractor

    The Celestron AstroMaster 90 equatorial refractor is a big step up from a 60mm refractor "starter scope." While it is surprisingly close to many economy 60mm scopes in price, it is far above them in features, quality, and optical performance . . .
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