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This 2-PC Classroom Space Exploration Kit
includes Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium 93970
and Celestron C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope
Want to learn more of what the sky has to offer? OpticsPlanet
's new Celestial GPS device
with C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope
to allow you to locate a celestial object and get a clear view of it in its entirety. Make the Celestron SkyScout handheld GPS
device your personal planetarium guide and the Celestron C4-R Telescope
your personal window into outer space.You will enjoy substantial savings
when you buy these items as part 2-piece kit
as opposed to buying each item separately!
Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium 93970
is a hand-held electronic celestial object locating device assists in identifying a celestial object or directing a user to a desired celestial object. Celestron Sky Scout
is useful for locating or identifying any celestial object including stars, constellations, planets, comets, asteroids, artificial satellites, and deep sky objects to name a few. Celestron SkyScout
utilizes sensors for 3-axis magnetic field and 3-axis gravitational field detection. SkyScout
, also called a Celestial Locator
or Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium
, utilizes a processor and an electronic database to perform the required calculations, and it features standard USB interface to be connected to any personal computer or any USB-compatible device! The Celestron SkyScout
database may be updated through access to the Internet.
Celestron C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope
iscarefully designed for the more advanced astronomer and feature exquisite optics on a heavy-duty mount. The optics of this telescope are made to exacting standards, with high quality materials to ensure top performance. The Celestron C4R
offers a 63% increase in image brightness over 80mm models, with the larger aperture delivering incredible images of the moon; Saturn and its ring structure; Jupiter and its belts; and hundreds of deep-sky objects, including galaxies, nebulae and star clusters. Celestron C4 R
is mounted on the CG-4 mount.