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Unfortunately Celestron Nextstar 60GT GoTo Computer Refractor Telescope 22062 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Celestron Nextstar 60GT GoTo Computer Refractor Telescope 22062 Product Info
Most affordable NexStar telescope, Celestron Nextstar 60GT Telescope 22062 turns starry nights into space odysseys. The 60mm refractors come with a fully computerized hand control with a database of over 4,000 celestial objects. With its pre-assembled, adjustable aluminum tripod, the Celestron Nextstar 60GT can be up and ready to use in a matter of minutes. And a StarPointer Finderscope with a red LED makes aligning a breeze. With the Nextstar 60GT's you can see breathtaking views of the lunar landscape, Venus and its phases, Mars resolved as an orange disc, Jupiter and its 4 moons, Saturn resolved as a disc, with its rings plainly visible at medium and high magnification.