Hello{!firstname},

If you own a Celestron computerized telescope, then this will be of interest to you.

And even if you don't, well it still might be.

      One of the annoying things, especially when it's frigging cold that you usually have to do to start
the alignment process with the majority of computerized telescopes is the dreaded initial
two star alignment process.

     Sometimes, it's finicky or you pick the wrong star, or it just does not work at all.

Especially if you are observing from different locations on a regular basis.

If you are set up permanently, say in an observatory, then it's not an issue.

   It's one of the reasons that Celestron engineers set to work a couple of years ago
and designed the Celestron Starsense autoalignment device. 
( http://khanscope.com/accessDetails.cfm?productID=5077)

The whole idea is that you attach the Starsense device to your telescope. (no drilling or
tapping required, all hardware is included).

Easy as pie, {!firstname}.

Then you simply flip the switch on, answer a couple of questions the first time, and that's pretty
well it from that point on.

Your telescope automatically self aligns, and you can start observing right away.

      Further good news is that it fits the vast majority of Celestron computerized telescopes with
just a few exceptions, which are listed on our product page for the Starsense autoalign.

I've saved the best news for last.

The Celestron Starsense is on sale until the end this month.

And, we have them in stock right now.

Just give us a call 1 800 580 7160 or local 416 783 4140, and we'll be glad to fix you up.

Or simply order online.

Clear Skies,


Ray Khan

PS The starsense aligns your telescope in 3 minutes or less.  Pretty remarkable.