The Secret to Great Images


What do so many of the world’s best planetary imagers have in common?
They trust Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain and EdgeHD optics.


Christopher Go can capture more than just the cloud bands on Jupiter with his with a Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain; his images include detailed festoons within those bands. Equipment: C14

Robert Reeves pushes his Celestron optics to reveal craters on the moon—and the smaller craterlets inside them. Equipment:  EdgeHD 11"


Thierry Legault can capture a crisp shot of the International Space Station as it whizzes by at nearly 5 miles per second. Equipment: EdgeHD 14"


Dylan O'Donnell captures, in a crucial split second, a clean shot of the ISS flying past the moon tonight over Byron Bay, Australia. Equipment: EdgeHD 9.25"

Damian Peach captures an in-depth image of the Sun and it's notable Umbra,  Penumbra, and Pores. Equipment: C14



Ideally suited to planetary and lunar imaging, Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain and EdgeHD optics offer the perfect combination of aperture, focal length and portability for large image scale astrophotos full of fine detail other telescopes can’t capture. You’ll also enjoy improved image scale thanks to focal ratios as high as f/10 or f/11. 

Don’t settle for a 6” refractor when you can capture high-contrast, high-resolution images for a fraction of the cost. Discover for yourself what these world-class imagers already know. You’ll see the difference in your images.

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