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With Celestron Star Sense Explorer telescopes, finding celestial objects has never been so quick and easy.

Place your smartphone in the special holder on the mount and start the StarSense Explorer app.

When the smartphone is aligned with the telescope optics, a procedure that takes only a couple of minutes, you will have all the beauties of the night sky ready to be pointed at.

Once the desired object has been selected from those proposed and visible, simply follow the instructions on the screen of your smartphone by moving the telescope to center the celestial object, Moon, planet, galaxy or nebula.


The StarsenseExplorer APP allows you to select the object to target from the list of visible ones. It will then show you the direction in which you will have to move to track it, zooming in more and more until you are on target.

Now you just have to observe it in the eyepiece of the telescope.

Unlike all systems on the market so far, including astronomical apps, the patented StarsenseExplorer system AUTOMATICALLY RECOGNIZES, through the brightest stars, THE EXACT POSITION OF THE TELESCOPE IN THE SKY.


The refractor 102/660:

This tube, boasting a relatively large aperture and short focal length, offers an optimal view of expansive celestial areas at low magnifications. Its design is particularly well-suited for observing wide-stretched objects like open star clusters, the Orion Nebula, and the Andromeda Galaxy. Furthermore, it excels in comet hunting, as it can easily capture comets during phases of heightened activity, sometimes appearing as large as the full Moon or even larger.

Due to its short focal length, this refractor telescope maintains a compact form factor, while positioning the eyepiece relatively high for convenient observation.


  • Optical scheme: refractor 102mm
  • Focal Length: 660mm
  • Focal Ratio:  f / 6.5
  • Lenses: apochromatic
  • Eyepieces: 25mm , 10mm
  • Finder: Red Dot
  • Weight: 6.5kg
  • Mount Type: Manual Altazimuth


Celestron StarSense Explorer DX 102 AZ

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