Celestron NEXSTAR EVOLUTION 8 TELESCOPE w/ StarSense + Accessories

Ad type: for sale
Condition: Used
Will ship to: Local pickup only
Ad status: ACTIVE
Price: $3,500

Category: Reflectors


Posted on: last month
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Celestron NEXSTAR EVOLUTION 8 TELESCOPE w/ StarSense + a lot of high-end / very valuable accessories

it is in LIKE NEW CONDITION - MINT CONDITION, absolutely 0 scratch or dent
comes with all original accessories: tripod, remote, cables, try, cover, mounting brackets

Explore the Universe and control your NexStar Evolution telescope with the free Celestron SkyPortal app for iOS and Android!
Compact, portable 8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain optical tube with StarBright XLT optical coatings and Fastar compatibility
Computerized GoTo mount with high-performance brass worm gears and motors for improved tracking accuracy, along with reduced gear backlash
Rechargeable lithium-iron phosphate battery with enough power for 10 hours of continuous observing
Improved industrial design with manual clutches and integrated carry handles, plus the added convenience of two accessory trays and a USB charge port for your smart device

ACCESSORIES (high end product / expensive eye pieces in PERFECT CONDITION)

StarSence AutoAlign

Tele Vue 2.0x Powermate (2")

Omegon SWA 26mm Eyepiece, 2"

Omegon SWA 32mm Eyepiece, 2"

Omegon SWA 38mm Eyepiece, 2"

Baader Hyperion Mark-III Clickstop Zoom Eyepiece 8-24mm # HYP-ZOOM

Celestron f/6.3 Reducer Corrector for C Series Telescopes

Celestron 2" UHC / LPR Filter 94124

Celestron 2-Inch XLT Diagonal Mirror (for SCT Telescope)

Celestron Night Vision LED flashlight

2inch UltraWide Telescope Camera Adapter for Canon EOS & Rebel SLR/DSLR -Ultra Wide Up to 10mm Large Clear Aperture - with 2" Filter Threads

Gosky Universal Cell Phone Adapter Mount - Compatible with Binocular Monocular Spotting Scope Telescope and Microscope - For Iphone Sony Samsung

It has auto-guiding. That means, you align it using 2-3 stars and then use the app to tell it what star, cluster, nebula, galaxy, etc. you want to look at - and it goes there! The earth rotates, and so does the telescope. It moves WITH the rotation of the earth so you don't have to keep moving the scope to keep what you're looking at inside the field of view.