SKU: GC39-93665

Celestron Wedge - NexStar Evolution/SE

Designed for their NexStar 6/8SE and Evolution single-fork alt-az mounts, Celestron's EQ Wedge enables beginner and intermediate users to do long-exposure astrophotography and auto-guiding by tilting the telescope's azimuth into an equatorial platform allowing it to track an arc around the polar axis. Alt-Az tracking keeps objects centred, but a long enough exposure will reveal they rotate in the field of view. Adding a wedge allows the mount to track equatorially, eliminating field rotation. It features simple installation procedures, tool-less operation, a latitude adjustment screw with an easy-to-read scale, and an integrated bubble level.

Features:

36 lb Payload Capacity

Use for Equatorial Tracking

For Long Exposure Astrophotography

Integrated Bubble Level

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Designed for their NexStar 6/8SE and Evolution single-fork alt-az mounts, Celestron's EQ Wedge enables beginner and intermediate users to do long-exposure astrophotography and auto-guiding by tilting the telescope's azimuth into an equatorial platform allowing it to track an arc around the polar axis. Alt-Az tracking keeps objects centred, but a long enough exposure will reveal they rotate in the field of view. Adding a wedge allows the mount to track equatorially, eliminating field rotation. It features simple installation procedures, tool-less operation, a latitude adjustment screw with an easy-to-read scale, and an integrated bubble level.

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