Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope Review
The Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope provides serious performance while being highly portable. It features the first Schmidt-Cassegrain optical system in over a decade. The altazimuth computerized telescope is only 30 pounds with a tripod. Its focal length is 1500mm and can gather 44% more light than a 5″ telescope. The telescope is made of sturdy magnesium alloy and can be set up in minutes.
The NexStar 6SE Telescope comes with two tracking modes, EQ North & EQ South, a 1.25″ star diagonal, a 25 mm eyepiece, and a RS232 cable. Among other features, the telescope is also compatible with Sky Level 1 Astronomy Software. The NexStar 6SE Telescope is lightweight and has a low price. This telescope is an excellent choice for anyone who wants a portable scope that’s capable of long-term observing.
Unlike many telescopes, the Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope features high-quality images. The six-inch aperture is a great choice for beginners and advanced astronomers alike. Its 6-inch aperture allows for impressive views of the Moon, planets, and deep-sky objects while still maintaining a compact design. With the NexStar 6SE, you can expect the perfect view of the sky.
The 6.5-inch aperture of the Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope ensures excellent light-gathering capabilities. The nebular-comet database and fully automated GoTo mount provide you with great views of deep-sky objects. The telescope also has SkyAlign technology that automatically aligns your telescope with three bright stars. It has a good field of view, and a nice range of features, including the ability to control the scope’s focusing.
The NexStar 6SE has a six-inch primary mirror, which allows you to view the best of the solar system. Its 16-inch optical tube also allows you to see lunar and planet features. Despite its compact size, the NexStar 6SE is a good telescope for beginners, but it does have some limitations. For example, the scope cannot accommodate a very large object. Its aperture is not very wide. A dew shield can extend the lifespan of the telescope.
With a six-inch primary mirror, the NexStar 6SE offers great image quality. Its dual-axis motor drive makes it easy to adjust and remove the optical tube. The nexStar 6SE Telescope is lightweight and ideal for amateur astronomers. This is a good telescope for beginner astronomers. The Celestron NexStar 6SE weighs only 30 pounds, making it easy to handle.
Despite its low price, the NexStar 6SE telescope’s optical performance is very good. It lets you see objects such as Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and the Moon, and even stars in the far reaches of space. The telescope’s design is convenient and lightweight. It can be easily transported in a small car. However, it is best used with a tripod. The tripods are sturdy and easy to disassemble.
The NexStar 6SE telescope features a six-inch primary mirror and a Schmidt-Cassegrain optical design. Its 16-inch optical tube is 16 inches long and has an ergonomically-designed hand control. Its hand-held dew shield will help you protect the optical system from moisture while observing. Its lightweight, computer-mounted tripod can be carried in a small car and is easy to assemble.
The 6SE’s optical performance is strong. It can observe Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. The Celestron 6SE’s optical system can also see deep-sky objects like nebulae and galaxy clusters. It is also capable of taking pictures of celestial objects in the night sky. The telescope’s primary mirror is six inches in diameter and can be set to point at a specific object. The telescope’s mounting system is solid, but it tends to break down more often than most people would prefer.
The NexStar 6SE is a new addition to the line of NexStar telescopes. It is bigger and more expensive than the 4SE and 5SE, and is the cheapest of the three. Its long focal length and alignment technology make it one of the best telescopes Celestron offers. Its GoTo system is very accurate and will allow you to easily locate objects even in the darkest sky.
|Product Dimensions||32.01 x 26 x 12 inches|
|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Item model number||11068|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required.|
4.5 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||#413 in Camera & Photo Products (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo Products)
#2 in Catadioptric Telescopes
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 17, 2003|
|Country of Origin||China|