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Unfortunately Celestron C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope - 21016 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Celestron C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope - 21016 Product Info
Celestron C4-R Advanced Refracting Telescope #21016 carefully 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. The mount features precision gears for extremely smooth motion. A counterweight, latitude scale, setting circles, and slow motion controls on both axes are standard, so you have a fully loaded telescope right from the start.