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  1. CPC 800 GPS (XLT) 8" Go-to altazimuth SCT

    $1,999.00
    You don't have to know Albireo from Aldebaran to find any of more than 40,000 objects in the sky with the affordable Celestron CPC 800 XLT go-to Schmidt-Cassegrain with advanced Starbright XLT multicoatings. Just point at three bright stars - any three! - and the CPC 8X will do the finding for you . . .
  2. Celestron CPC Deluxe 1100 HD 11" Go-to altazimuth SCT with EdgeHD optics

    $3,879.00
    Award-winning Celestron EdgeHD optics, in a 11" size that will amaze you with its performance, combine with a newly re-engineered and upgraded Celestron CPC fork mount to produce an outstanding example of just how good a go-to telescope can be while still being light enough for most people to set up on their own . . .
  3. Celestron CPC Deluxe 800 HD 8" Go-to altazimuth SCT with EdgeHD optics

    $2,449.00
    Award-winning Celestron EdgeHD optics combine with a newly re-engineered and upgraded Celestron CPC fork mount to produce an outstanding example of just how good a go-to telescope can be . . .
  4. CPC 925 GPS (XLT) 9.25" Go-to altazimuth SCT

    $2,499.00
    You don't have to know Albireo from Aldebaran to find more than 40,000 different objects in the sky with the surprisingly affordable Celestron CPC 9¼ XLT. Just point at three bright stars - any three! - and this talented go-to XLT-multicoated Schmidt-Cassegrain will do the finding for you . . .
  5. Celestron CPC Deluxe 925 HD 9.25" Go-to altazimuth SCT with EdgeHD optics

    $3,259.00
    For the many observers who feel 9.25" is the sweet spot in Celestron's optical lineup, we have a treat - award-winning 9.25" Celestron EdgeHD optics, mounted on a newly re-engineered and upgraded Celestron CPC fork mount, for a brilliant blend of high performance optics and mechanics that many people will find irresistible . . .
  6. CPC 1100 GPS (XLT) 11" Go-to altazimuth SCT

    $2,999.00
    You don't have to know Albireo from Aldebaran to find more than 40,000 different objects in the sky (including some very faint and difficult ones) with the big Celestron CPC 11 XLT. Just point at three bright stars - any three! - and this talented go-to XLT-multicoated Schmidt-Cassegrain will do the finding for you . . .
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