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Celestron paired a Go-To mount with a large-aperture OTA to produce this Advanced VX 6 150mm f/5 Go-To Reflector Telescope.
Pairing the fully motorized and computer-controlled mount with a
Newtonian reflector scope produces an observation platform optimized for
deep-space viewing and astroimaging. Its optical tube features a 6"
(150mm) parabolic mirror to draw in copious amounts of light — even
light from distant deep space objects like binary stars, galaxies, and
nebulae. Its fast f/5 focal ratio allows for short exposure times, which
means more images can be captured for later stacking in post. A
large-drawtube 2" focuser allows the use of larger wide-field eyepieces
or large imaging sensor cameras to be used without vignetting, and an
included reducer adapter lets user install smaller 1.25" accessories
like the included eyepiece.
The OTA attaches to the motorized
equatorial mount via a Vixen-style dovetail plate and saddle for fast
assembly and breakdown. Outfitted with dual-axis low-cog DC servo motors
and digital encoders, the mount head moves and tracks objects with
high-precision and almost no vibrations to ensure clear views. Its wide
7-77° latitude range and head design allows it to track below the
meridian line to allow you to start observing earlier if its set up on a
hill or deck, and will clear the motors to avoid having to perform a
meridian flip when it's tracking low in the sky. Guiding the mount is
the NexStar+ computer hand controller. Packed with more than 40,000
objects, it has multiple alignment procedures to get users observing
faster, with multiple automatic tracking rates to accurately follow
fast-moving close objects like the Moon and planets and slower deep
space celestial bodies. With features such as user-defined objects,
customizable guided tours, and expanded info on over 500 objects in its
database even novice users can quickly learn about the Universe.