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Celestron Omni XLT 150 OTA - Optical Tube Only - CEL-31057-OTA

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SKU: CEL-31057-OTA Available Used from $231.96

Celestron Omni XLT 150 Reflector
Optical Tube Assembly Only

The Celestron Omni XLT 150 Newtonian Reflector optical tube assembly offers up 6" of light-gathering capability, which makes it a great choice whether your goal is to explore the solar system, venture out into deep-space, or do some imaging with the help of your choice of stable mount. Using aspheric shaping technology in conjunction with hand-figuring of the optics, the Omni XLT Newtonian Reflector Telescope presents an image with virtually no spherical abberation. Celestron also added their famous StarBright XLT coating system to further enhance light transmission.

This Celestron 6" reflector OTA does not include a telescope mount or tripod but does come with tube rings, a 6 x 30 finder with bracket, a 2" crayford style focuser, and a 25 mm eyepiece that will yield 30X magnification.

Celestron Omni XLT 150 Optical Tube Specifications:

  • Aperture: 150 mm (5.91 in)

  • Focal Length: 750 mm (29.53 in)

  • Focal Ratio: 5

  • Eyepiece: 25 mm (0.98 in)

  • Magnification: 30 X

  • Finderscope: 6x30

  • Optical Coatings: StarBright

  • Highest useful magnification: 360 X

  • Lowest useful magnification: 21 X

  • Limiting Stellar Magnitude: 13.4

  • Resolution (Rayleigh): 0.92 arcsec

  • Resolving Power (Dawes Criterion): 0.76 arcsec

  • Light Gathering Power: 459 X the unaided eye

  • Angular field of view: 1.67°

  • Linear field of view (@1000 Yd): 88 ft (26.82 m)

  • Optical tube length: 26.5 in (673.1 mm)

  • Optical tube weight: 12 lb (5.44 kg)

Please Note: This telescope tube assembly does not include a mount or tripod. You will need both in order to use it, so if you do not already have a mount and tripod that can handle the weight of this scope, you will need to buy one separately or else purchase the entire Celestron Omni XLT 150 Telescope. Thanks.