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Let us take some of the stress out of holiday gift buying this season by giving you more time to qualify for price adjustments. Price adjustments on purchases are available 10/8/2022 until 12/25/22. If an item you buy has a price reduction before Christmas, we will credit the difference upon request, so you can shop confidently knowing your price is guaranteed.
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Celestron telescopes are known for their high-quality optics, ease of use, and innovative features. They are a great choice for anyone looking to explore the wonders of the universe. As a leading manufacturer of high-quality telescopes and accessories, Celestron offers a wide range of telescopes, including refractors, reflectors, and catadioptric models. These telescopes come in a variety of sizes and price ranges, making them accessible to beginners and advanced users alike.
The Celestron PowerSeeker telescope series is a line of entry-level telescopes designed for beginners who are looking to explore the night sky. These telescopes for beginners are affordable and easy to use, making them a great choice for anyone just starting out in astronomy.
Celestron StarSense telescopes are a series of computerized telescopes that come with StarSense technology. StarSense technology uses an integrated camera and a computerized database of stars to align the telescope automatically, making it easier for users to find celestial objects. Celestron StarSense telescopes use a hand controller that allows the user to select an object in the sky, and the telescope will automatically slew to that object. The StarSense technology is compatible with the Celestron SkyPortal app, which allows users to control the telescope wirelessly from their smartphone or tablet. This feature makes it easy to share the telescope with friends or family, as everyone can view the object on their own device.