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Celestron SkySync GPS Accessory

The Celestron SkySync GPS Accessory lets you add GPS to your Celestron computerized telescope so you can get time, date, and location downloads from orbiting Global Positioning Satellites. This 16-channel GPS module plugs into your telescope's hand control or the auxiliary (AUX) port on your drive base and then mounts to a tripod leg to stay safely out of the way with included straps. Features - Upgrade your Celestron computerized telescope to GPS with SkySync. - Improve the speed and accuracy of alignments with 16-channel GPS. - Automatically updates the time and date. - Plugs into the AUX port on the base of the telescope - Compatible for all non-GPS Celestron computerized telescopes. * Not compatible with the SkyProdigy range.

Price: £164.49 from PicStop

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