Starbright XLT Telescope Analysis

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This is a review of the Celestron CPC 1100 StarBright XLT Telescope. We're a huge fan of this telescope for enjoying the stars and planets with your family. While we wouldn't advise that you allow the children to fiddle with the telescope alone, (the computerized parts) we believe it's a great backyard accessory that everyone can enjoy together. This is a bright spot in the amateur astronomy world with features that are rated highly among customers. It's also received awards like the 2013 one for Telescope of the Year. Pros of the Celestron CPC 1100 StarBright XLT Telescope Quick release bracket and foldable tripod SkyAlign feature On-board GPS NexRemote telescope control Affordable for the features provided Cons of the Celestron CPC Telescope Heavy and sturdy – which doesn't make it easily portable Technical Details…show more content…
With this telescope, customers have reported that they can see the edge of Pluto on the outer edges of our solar system. That is some really strong viewing capabilities. Revolutionary SkyAlign Feature With the computerized features of this telescope, you'll be able to look directly at the planet or celestial body of your choosing. When you set up the telescope, the internal GPS will establish your position. After that, you will align the telescope by manually positioning for 3 objects in the sky. Once you've done that, the telescope is calibrated to the NexStar technology that will allow you to enter the star or planet that you'd like to view. It'll automatically move itself based on the database provided in the software. What's in the Database? The CPC database is filled with over 40,000 objects in the sky that you can focus on and examine. All of those points of light in the night sky have names, and many of them can be seen with this
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