Designed For Use with the Celestron SkyScout® Personal Planetarium
Easy to set-up and nearly maintenance-free, the SkyScout 90 features Celestron's precision optics to produce advanced views for even the most novice operators.
Simply attach the SkyScout to the specially designed mount to locate and identify celestial objects then use your telescope to reveal the wonders of the universe.
Its 90mm refractor optical design with all coated glass optics and 660mm (f/7) focal length produces crisp, clear images of astronomical and terrestrial objects. Pan handle control with clutch provides smooth and accurate pointing.
Designed with non-magnetic materials that do not to interfere with the SkyScout sensors, the telescope includes a rugged, pre-assembled tripod with stainless steel tube legs, and accessory tray.
Discover, explore and learn with the SkyScout Scope!
Designed exclusively for use with the Celestron SkyScout® Personal Planetarium® (sold separately), the new SkyScout® Scope 90 is easy to set-up, nearly maintenance free and features Celestron’s precision optics. Simply attach the SkyScout® to the specially designed mount to locate and identify celestial objects. Once the SkyScout® has located or identified an object it’s time to take your celestial experience to the next level and use the SkyScout® Scope to reveal the wonders of the universe.
- Designed with non-magnetic materials that do not interfere with the SkyScout sensors
- Quick and easy no tool setup
- 90 mm refractor optical design with all coated glass optics and 660 mm (f/7) focal length for crisp, clear images
- Erect image 6x30 finderscope with quick-release bracket
- Erect image optics are ideal for terrestrial and astronomical use
- Pan handle control with clutch for smooth and accurate pointing
- Rugged pre-assembled tripod with 1.25" stainless steel tube legs provides a rigid and stable viewing platform
- Accessory tray for convenient accessory storage
- Adjustable bracket to hold SkyScout (SkyScout Personal Planetarium sold separately)
||90 mm (3.54 in)
|Focal Length (mm)
||660 mm (26 in)
|Eyepiece 1 (mm)
||40 mm (1.57 in)
|Eyepiece 2 (mm)
||10 mm (0.39 in)
||6x30 Erect Image
||Erect Image diagonal -1.25"
|Highest Useful Magnification
|Lowest Useful Magnification
|Limiting Stellar Magnitude
||1.55 arc seconds
||1.29 arc seconds
|Light Gathering Power (Compared to human eye)
|Angular Field of View (deg)
|Linear Field of View (@1000 yds)
||158 ft (48 m)
|Optical Tube Length
||25 in (635 mm)
||20 lbs (9.07 kg)