Celestron SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope

Celestron SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope

Celestron SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope

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Celestron SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope

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Product Highlights

  • 90mm f/13.89 Maksutov-Cassegrain
  • Self Aligning Smart Telescope
  • Computerized Go-To Altazimuth Mount
  • CD-ROM The SkyX First Light Edition

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The SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope from Celestron is designed for people without any prior knowledge of astronomy or telescopes. In less than three minutes after being turned on, the SkyProdigy will simply "look" up to the sky to self-determine its position and alignment. It just doesn't get any more straight-forward than this. An eye-opening tour of over 4,000 celestial objects, using SkyProdigy's internal database, is almost instantly available.



The SkyProdigy system combines electronic motors, an intelligent on-board computer, a digital camera and Celestron's StarSense technology. The telescope user does not need to do any positioning or aligning. This is an automatic, instant-alignment telescope. Turn it on, push the button and enjoy the galactic gems! There is a Sky Tour option that offers a customized list of the most interesting objects in the sky to view for your location/time anywhere in the world. No knowledge of the night sky is required. One touch turns everyone into an instant astronomer.



This SkyProdigy is a Maksutov-Cassegrain with a 90mm aperture and a focal length of 1250mm. Two eyepieces are included - one 25mm as well as a 9.0mm. The mounting platform incorporates a sturdy aluminum tripod with a motorized and computerized altazimuth mount. The SkyX First Light Edition astronomy software is included.

90 mm Reflector Telescope
  • AAOV: 1.0°, FOV: 53.5' @ 1000 yd / 16.31 m @ 1000 m

  • Fully multicoated StarBright XLT optics

  • Highest Useful Magnification: 213x

  • 2 Eyepieces: 25 mm - 50x, 9.0 mm - 139x

  • Limiting Stellar Magnitude: 12.3

General Features
  • Automatic alignment procedure for a fast and accurate setup

  • Computerized altazimuth mount provides smart Go-To capabilities

  • Quick-release fork arm mount and optical tube for an easy and fast setup without tools

  • Sturdy stainless steel tripod and accessory tray help lessen the wobbles

  • CD-ROM The SkyX First Light Edition astronomy software for a meaningful astronomical educational experience

  • Battery pack provides over 30 hours of use

Computerized Mount Features
  • Proven computer control technology for easy slewing to your chosen object

  • Database of over 4,000 celestial objects provides comprehensive star gazing

  • Proprietary StarSense technology for a completely automatic alignment process without any required user intervention

  • Flash upgradeable hand control software allows downloading updates

Technical Features
  • Slew Speeds: 3°/sec, 2°/sec, 1°/sec, .5°/sec, 32x, 16x, 8x, 4x, 2x

  • Tracking Rates: sidereal, solar and lunar

  • Tracking Modes: altitude-azimuth

  • Alignment Procedures: StarSense Automatic Alignment, Solar System Align

In the Box
Celestron SkyProdigy 90mm Maksutov Telescope
  • 2 x Eyepieces: 9 mm and 25 mm
  • Stainless Steel Tripod
  • Quick Release Accessory Tray
  • Motorized Altazimuth Mount
  • CDROM: The SkyX First Light Edition
  • StarPointer Finderscope
  • Celestron Two Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Optical Design Maksutov-Cassegrain
    Aperture 90 mm
    Focal Length 1250 mm
    Focal Ratio f/13.89
    Eyepiece Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    Resolving Power Rayleigh: 1.55 arcsec
    Dawes: 1.29 arcsec
    Finderscope StarPointer
    Tripod Steel
    Mount Type Motorized Altazimuth
    Power Source 8 user-supplied AA size alkaline batteries / 30+ hrs
    or optional 12V AC adapter
    Optical Tube Dimensions Not provided by manufacturer
    Weight 16 lb / 7.26 kg
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 44.0 x 19.0 x 15.0"

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