NexStar 130 SLT Newtonian
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The popularity of our NexStar 114 models inspired Celestron to go bigger! They are proud to introduce NexStar 130SLT. The NexStar 130SLT has 30% more light-gathering power than our 114 mm telescope & a Go-To tracking ability on over 4000 deep sky objects.
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And the 130SLT, like the other models in the SLT Series, comes with a fully computerized hand control. The computerized hand control gives you the ability to automatically slew to any of its 4,000+ objects, including over 600 galaxies, 300 clusters and dozens of beautiful binary stars. With its pre-assembled, adjustable steel tripod, the NexStar 130SLT can be up and ready to use in a matter of minutes. Our new SkyAlign alignment technology and the included StarPointer Finderscope with a red LED, makes aligning a breeze.
View the details of the lunar surface, the rings of Saturn, the polar ice caps on Mars, the cloud belts on Jupiter or a number of the Messier objects such as the globular cluster in Hercules (M13), or the Great Nebula in Orion (M42). Begin to explore some of the fainter Messier objects using the additional light-gathering capabilities of the 130SLT’s 5″ primary mirror.
Due to the Newtonian design, the mirror gives fully color-corrected views that are best suited for astronomical use.
- Compatible with 2″ eyepieces
- High quality 130 mm reflector
- Fully computerized Altazimuth mount
- StarPointer finderscope to help with alignment and accurately locating objects
- Quick-release fork arm mount, optical tube and accessory tray for quick no tool set up
- Sturdy stainless steel tripod and accessory tray included
- BONUS Astronomy Software download with a 10,000 object database, printable sky maps and 75 enhanced images
|Optical Design||Newtonian Reflector|
|Focal Length||650mm (26″)|
|Focal Length of Eyepiece 1||25mm (.98″)|
|Magnification of Eyepiece 1||26x|
|Focal Length of Eyepiece 2||9mm (.35″) standard|
|Magnification of Eyepiece 2||72x|
|Highest Useful Magnification||307x|
|Lowest Useful Magnification||19x|
|Limiting Stellar Magnitude||13.1|
|Resolution (Rayleigh)||1.07 arc seconds|
|Resolution (Dawes)||0.89 arc seconds|
|Light Gathering Power (Compared to human eye)||345x|
|Mount Type||Computerized Altitude-Azimuth Single Fork Arm|
|Tripod||31.75mm (1.25″) Stainless steel|
|Software||Celestron’s Starry Night Special Edition Software, SkyPortal App|