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Go_Celestial_with_the_Celestron_Telescope_CPC_8

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									Title:
Go Celestial with the Celestron Tele
scope CPC 8

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258

Summary:
The Celestron telescope cpc 8 is a
high-end professional model with ma
ny great features for an exquisite
look at the heavens.
Its formal name is Celestron CPC 80
0 Professional Computerized Schmidt
-Cassegrain Telescope. This Celestr
on telescope cpc 8 offers easy and
quick alignment and GPS, with quali
ty of optics that is unbeatable. Se
t up is fast and easy, and the Cele
stron cpc8
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celestron telescope cpc 8

Article Body:
The Celestron telescope cpc 8 is a
high-end professional model with ma
ny great features for an exquisite
look at the heavens.
Its formal name is Celestron CPC 80
0 Professional Computerized Schmidt
-Cassegrain Telescope. This Celestr
on telescope cpc 8 offers easy and
quick alignment and GPS, with quali
ty of optics that is unbeatable. Se
t up is fast and easy, and the Cele
stron cpc8 is made for ergonomicall
y correct study of the star. Its co
mputerization is enhanced. Most imp
ortant, this great telescope is aff
ordable, retailing under $2400.

Features of the Celestron cpc 8 tel
escope including advanced technolog
y for quick alignment. Once your CP
C8 Telescope's global positioning s
ystem (GPS - an internal feature) h
as established its position, all yo
u have to do is find and manually s
lew your Celestron cpc8 to whatever
  three bright objects you find in t
he sky. You don't even need to kno
w the names of the objects on which
  you have fixed your telescope. The
  technology in your celestron cpc8,
  called NexStar, will study the nig
ht sky, making a determination of e
ach star, planet and other celestia
l fixture in the sky and its position.
Once your Celestron cpc 8 telescope
 has aligned itself in this way, it
s remote hand controller allows you
 to get direct access to every cata
log of objects in the sky that are
contained in its vast database.

The Celestron cpc 8 database has mo
re than 40,000 stars, planets and o
ther objects in the sky including M
essier objects, NGC Galaxies, the C
aldwell Catalog, and nebula. It's
a snap to navigate through the data
base thanks to its filter limits, w
hich you can define for yourself.

								
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