NexStar SLT Series Telescopes
Browse the Celestron NexStar Computerised Telescope range, a classic telescope updated for the 21st Century. The NexStar telescopes, affectionately known as the “orange tubes” are packed full of features including outstanding detail rendered from StarBright XLT optical coatings, NexStar+ star finder control and SkyAlign technology. Plus, the 1.25” eyepiece and focuser are compatible with digiscoping so that you can photograph your findings.
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The Celestron NexStar, otherwise known as the “orange tube” telescope combines advanced features and excellent light-gathering ability to create an easy to use system that lets you explore the night sky with very little prior knowledge. The state-of-the-art SkyAlign technology can recognise where in the world you are with a few very simple setup steps and from there can show you the best and the brightest objects in the sky. Not sure where to look? Take advantage of the Sky Tour feature to see the best objects currently visible to you, whether you are in a light-polluted city, or the most remote deep space location.
Which NexStar SLT is right for me?
When it comes to astronomy a general rule is to go for the best telescope that is currently within your reach. Each NexStar telescope has its excellent qualities, and when it comes to a Celestron telescope, you will always find yourself enjoying the time you spend with it.
127SLT - A user-friendly entry to our Solar System
The NexStar 127SLT (Star Locating Telescope) can pinpoint stars at the push of a button, offering instant astronomy satisfaction. The fully computerised Altazimuth mount is quick to centre on objects and the two included eyepieces offer high and low-powered observing ideal for first exploring the night sky.
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