The National Geographic Computerized Telescope ninety/1250 can also be operated on a desk or with the included tripod. The automatic handbox with this telescope solves the beginner’s largest challenge:aligning the telescope with the night time sky and finding celestial objects. Stunningly detailed perspectives of lunar craters, the cloud belts on Jupiter and Saturn’s rings are just the start of what can also be seen with this telescope.
Optical system: Maksutov-Cassegrain
Reflect diameter: 90mm
Focal period: 1250mm