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Get 12% off the Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope, now just $309.58

Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope
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Editor's Note: This deal is now over as the discounted units are out of stock. Read our regularly updated list of telescopes and binoculars from Orion (opens in new tab)Celestron (opens in new tab)Meade Instruments (opens in new tab)Sky-Watcher (opens in new tab) and Vixen (opens in new tab) for other great offers instead. 


Promoting fuss-free assembly and operation, the Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope is one of the easiest ways to get into skywatching. And now with a 12% discount at Amazon (opens in new tab), you don't need to break the bank in order to get the latest in telescope technology.

Along with a sturdy aluminum tripod and a database that allows the observer to slew to over 4,000 astronomical objects at the touch of a button, the Celestron 114LCM comes with a great selection of accessories including a 25 mm and 9 mm eyepiece, accessory tray and a StarPointer finderscope.

With the SkyAlign technology, getting the telescope calibrated and ready for rewarding observations is a simple affair: just center any three bright targets in the telescope's field of view and the GoTo's computer will work out the date, time and your location. The 114LCM is also able to take you on a pre-programmed tour if you can't decide what to study.

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Now with $40.37 off along with free delivery and returns, the Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope offers exquisite optics as well as the ability to scan the cosmos at the touch of a button. The 4.5-inch (114 mm) aperture is great for picking out planets, craters, nebulas and galaxies.

This Newtonian reflector offers magnifications of 40x and 111x but given the telescope's versatile 1.25-inch (31.75 mm) eyepiece fitting, skywatchers are able to accessorize the telescope even further, pushing the optical limits to 16x and 269x.

Through the field of view, skywatchers can enjoy a menagerie of night-sky wonders and at high definition, devoid of any optical distortion. The 4.5-inch (114 mm) aperture guzzles light to pick out faint and far away targets, while the fully coated optics ensure that views are crystal clear with dazzling contrast. 

Whether you're looking to scan craters along the moon's terminator, track down bright galaxies or nebulas, split double stars or hunt for the Trapezium cluster at the heart of the Orion Nebula (Messier 42), the Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope makes touring the universe a breeze from one observing session to the next.

Be sure to check out more of Space.com's deals on telescopes and binoculars from Orion (opens in new tab)Celestron (opens in new tab)Meade Instruments (opens in new tab)Sky-Watcher (opens in new tab) and Vixen (opens in new tab).

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Celestron 114LCM T...

Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope: $349.95 $309.58 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Now with $40.37 off along with free delivery and returns, the Celestron 114LCM Computerized Telescope offers exquisite optics as well as the ability to scan the cosmos at the touch of a button. The 4.5-inch (114 mm) aperture is great for picking out planets, craters, nebulas and galaxies.

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