Spend less time aligning and more time observing with your Meade LX70.
Threaded into the polar axis of the Meade LX70 German Equatorial mount this handy accessory allows the user to quickly and precisely polar align their telescope. Compatible with both Northern and Southern Hemisphere operation the internal reticle pattern contains an image of easily identifiable stars near both poles to aid the alignment process.
A precise polar alignment is critical when performing astrophotography and key for ease in long duration study of night sky objects, making this accessory a highly appreciated upgrade. Ideal for any observer who is demanding a precise polar alignment. Combined with the use of the LX70 Motor drive kit (sold separately) the full potential of the LX70 mount is immediately available.
$ 49.95 $ 44.95
Meade Green Laser Pointer- a great item for star parties and backyard astronomy.
This high quality pointer includes an elegant carrying case and runs on two AAA batteries (included). This bright pen style laser makes a great gift item or accessory for any astronomer. Soft rubber grip fits comfortably in your hand. The safe, brilliant green laser beam is visible up to 25,000 feet away.
Wavelength is 532nm at less than 5mW. This laser is made to U.S. FDA laser standards. Instructions included.
Product carries full one year Meade factory limited warranty.
The Meade AudioStar features audio files and an internal speaker. This computerized celestial object locating system plugs into the telescope's handbox port allowing a quick telescope alignment.
Once aligned with the sky the AudioStar is ready to take you to any object in the over 30,000 object database. In addition to GOTO and tracking capability the AudioStar permits a wide array of fascinating and educational functions such as multiple Guided Tours, digital positional readouts, the ability to link with a PC using optionally available software and cord, and much more.
AudioStar Controller #07640 is compatable with the StarNavigator, ETX, LT, LX80, LX90, and LXD75 series telescopes.