A great entry-level computerised telescope with a 4,000-object database.
Please note: this is a bulky item and therefore cannot be shipped internationally.
Australian Geographic brings you an awesome computerised telescope, at a truly amazing price! Indulge in this mind-blowing astronomy experience by unlocking the secrets of the universe with the touch of a button. Australian Geographic also offers after sale assistance and technical support.
The Celestron NexStar 130SLT is a wonderful companion for astronomy beginners, intermediates and professionals. Buy a telescope in Australia today. At a glance:
The computerised hand control gives you the ability to easily slew to any of its 4,000+ objects making it easy to entertain and amaze with the touch of a button. With its pre-assembled, adjustable steel tripod, the NexStar 130SLT can be up and ready to use in a matter of minutes.
This Celestron telescope allows you to 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 Great Nebula in Orion (M42). Begin to explore some of the fainter Messier objects using the additional light-gathering capabilities of the 130 SLT's 5" primary mirror.
What will I be able to see with the NexStar 130SLT Celestron telescope?
Some objects may require additional eyepieces to see clearly, sold separately. Visibility subject to local conditions and positions of objects.
WARNING - KEEP BATTERIES OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Swallowing may lead to serious injury in as little as 2 hours or death, due to chemical burns and potential perforation of the oesophagus.
If you suspect your child has swallowed or inserted a button battery immediately call the 24-hour Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26 for fast, expert advice.
Examine devices and make sure the battery compartment is correctly secured, e.g. that the screw or other mechanical fastener is tightened. Do not use if compartment is not secure.
Dispose of used button batteries immediately and safely. Flat batteries can still be dangerous.
Tell others about the risk associated with button batteries and how to keep their children safe.
NOTE: The 24-hour Poisons Information Centre is the correct first response in Australia 13 11 26.