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Celestron SkyProdigy 130mm Computerized Reflector Telescope 31153
$699.00
Code: CI-TS-31153
MPN: 31153
UPC: 050234311533
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Celestron Computerized Reflector SkyProdigy 130 mm Telescope Product Info

Celestron Sky Prodigy 130 Computerized Telescope 31153 eliminates the boundary between power and simplicity. The SkyProdigy 130 from Celestron sports a fully computerized Altazimuth Mount toimage work in conjunction with Sky Tour, a customized, automated way to perfectly align your telescope for observing a database of over 4,000 celestial objects. The power of a computerized telescope gives you endless possibilities of night sky observation without having to spend time aligning your view. The Celestron SkyProdigy 130 Relfector Telescope is a top choice for astronomers of all experience levels for hours of fun with quick setup. Following suit of Celestron telescopes, the Sky Prodigy lineup delivers a premium image quality with a full feature set to give you the best observation experience possible.

The Celestron 130mm SkyProdigy 's innovative way of spotting objects of interest will change the way you star gaze. Any time is a good time for astronomy with Celestron SkyProdigy Reflector.

Specifications for Celestron Computerized Sky-Prodigy 90 Telescope 31 153:

Optical Design: Reflector
Weight: 18 lbs (8.16 kg)
Aperture: 130 mm (5.12 in)
Focal Length: 650 mm (25.59 in)
Focal Ratio: 5
Finderscope: StarPointer
Mount: Motorized Altazimuth
Eyepiece 1: 25 mm (0.98 in)
Magnification 1: 26 x
Eyepiece 2: 9 mm (0.35 in)
Magnification 2: 72 x
Accessory Tray: No Tool, Quick release
Tripod: Steel
CD ROM: The SkyX First Light Edition astronomy software
Highest Useful Magnification: 307 x
Limiting Stellar Magnitude: 13.1
Resolution (Rayleigh): 1.07 arcsec
Resolution (Dawes): 0.89 arcsec
Photographic Resolution: 400 line/mm
Light Gathering Power: 345 x
Angular Field of View: 1.9 °
Linear Field of View (@1000 yds): 103 ft (31.39 m)
Optical Coatings: Aluminum
Secondary Mirror Obstruction: 1.7 in (43.18 mm)
Secondary Mirror Obstruction by Area: 11 %
Secondary Mirror Obstruction by Diameter: 33.2 %
Computer Hand Control: Fully Computerized / Flash Upgradeable
Slew Speeds: Nine slew speeds
Tracking Rates: Sidereal, Solar and Lunar
Tracking Modes: Alt-Az
Alignment Procedures: StarSense Automatic Alignment, Solar System Align

Features of Celestron 130 mm Computerized Sky-Prodigy Telescope:

  • Fully Automatic Alignment Procedure
  • Proven Computer Control Technology
  • Database Allows Telescope to Automatically Locate Over 4,000 Celestial Objects
  • Proprietary StarSense Technology Provides a Completely Automatic Alignment Process with No User Intervention Required
  • Flash Upgradeable Hand Control Software for Downloading Product Updates Over the Internet

Package Contents:

  • Celestron Computerized Telescope SkyProdigy 31153
  • Fully Computerized Altazimuth Mount
  • Quick-Release Fork Arm Mount and Optical Tube for Easy, Quick No Tool Set Up
  • Sturdy Stainless Steel Tripod and Accessory Tray
  • CD-ROM The SkyX First Light Edition Astronomy Software Which Provides Education About the Sky
  • Battery Pack Providing over 30 Hours of Power

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Truly a neat telescope! by Legacy Reviewer, December 19, 2011
Just like the headline says, truly a neat telescope! I think this one is a relatively new one that was released by Celestron, and the newness pays off in terms of usability, relibale on-board computer and auto-alignment motor, and excellent optics. W...
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Most Recent Review A telescope for all by Legacy Reviewer, August 2, 2012
I love the telescope it wasn't cheap but i wish i lived in somewhere that i can uses the star finder on it but its ok for know i can use that by my grandmas. Pros: I can taking pictures when i get a adaptor. Cons: it is a lot of money.
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