Throughout the years, the Starnavigator Series has provided space admirers and amateur astronomers computerized GoTo telescope at a great price. The Starnavigator NG (next Generation) Series takes this to the next level. Featuring an easy to operate, lightweight, and portable robotic mount with Meade’s AudioStar computer controller. This incredible AudioStar technology knows the night sky right out of the box. Turn it on, and after a brief alignment procedure, your telescope is ready to take you on a guided tour of the night skies best objects. With Audiostars 30,000 object database and over 4 hours of audio presentations built-in the electronics, you can learn about the objects you’re viewing. It’s like having a professional astronomer with you at the telescope!
The StarNavigator NG includes a light-weight aluminum frame, advanced electronics, internal clock, external power connector, vixen dovetail receiver and full height adjustable aluminum tripod allowing comfortable viewing from either a seated or standing position. Powered by 8 AA batteries (user-supplied) or external power you will see more objects in a single night than Galileo saw in his lifetime.
Whether it’s a camp out with friends or a family excursion to the outdoors, the StarNavigator NG is the quintessential scope for making stargazing fun, effective, and straightforward. With its solid structure as well as a variety of apertures, the value and standard of this scope is up to par with many other amateur telescopes and will be sure to exceed expectations!
Included Carry bag!
Vixen style dovetail receiver with single locking knob
9mm and 26mm super plössl eyepieces
1.25” bubble/level compass
Full size aluminum tripod with accessory tray
Single arm mount with 12V DC Servo Drive
AudioStar® hand controller containing over 30,000 celestial objects
New designs that make this telescope easy to use
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