Celestron StarSense Explorer is the first manual telescope that uses your smartphone to analyze the night sky and calculate the position of celestial objects in real time. Starting to observe the starry sky and locating objects in the sky like a pro has never been easier, faster and more accurate.
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Celestron StarSense Explorer is the first manual telescope that your smartphone uses to analyze the night sky and calculate its location in real time. Starting to observe the starry sky and locating objects in the sky like a pro has never been easier, faster and more accurate.
Celestron's companion StarSense Explorer eliminates technical barriers to using the telescope and allows anyone to locate stars, planets or nebulae using only a smartphone. Without investing in an expensive motorized computer telescope. Just load the free StarSense Explorer app on your smartphone, place it in the unique holder that comes with the affordable and award-winning StarSense Explorer telescope, and turn your smartphone into a top-notch celestial search engine and night sky guide. GPS is enough to use the application, no mobile operator signal is required!
Thanks to the unique patented star search technology using StarSense Explorer, which uses GPS navigation of your phone and the "Lost in Space" algorithm (LISA), which is used for large satellites, generates a list of currently visible celestial objects and offers you observation of planets, nebulae , star clusters or galaxies. StarSense Explorer works with most modern smartphones, including iPhone 6 and later, and most devices running Android 7.1.2 or later since 2016. You can easily verify compatibility by downloading the free app to your phone, and if you open it, your device is compatible. It is advisable to download the application before purchasing the telescope, however, it does not work without the StarSense Explorer telescope.
The ultra-stable alt-azimuth holder provides a robust base for the StarSense Explorer DX. Sliding clutches and slow-motion controls in both axes help you move the binoculars smoothly and find the target you want. As objects move through the night sky, you will be able to watch them by simply turning the knobs.
StarSense Explorer LT 130/650 mm is a reflector-type telescope (mirror) with a front member diameter of 130 mm and a focal length of 650 mm (f / 5), with highly reflective layers on the primary and secondary mirrors and sufficient light collection capability to display favorite celestial objects. You can look forward to a sharp and clear view of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, its cloud zones and the Great Red Spot, the rings of Saturn, the trapezoid in the Orion Nebula, the beautiful star cluster Pleiades and more. In addition to two 25 mm and 10 mm eyepieces, the package also includes a Barlow lens, a rectangular prism, a patented StarSense smartphone adapter and a Red Dot viewfinder in case you would like to use the telescope without a navigation system. The height-adjustable tripod with storage tray ensures a sufficiently stable base.
StarSense Explorer is ideal for beginners with a user-friendly application interface and in-depth tutorials. It's like having your personal guide through the night sky.