GPS and Telescopes

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What is a GPS Telescope?

GPS and Telescopes

Nowadays all kinds of technology is working together to make life easier. Make positioning your Telescope alignment easily using the Global Positioning System (GPS), a satellite system that enables precise communication to the telescope of latitude and longitude. If your telescope already has a computerized mount -- meaning a mount that automatically seeks out and tracks celestial bodies -- then you can benefit from GPS telescope functions. The GPS receiver works with your computerized mount to tell your telescope its own exactly location. This means that the computerized mount guidance system will be ultra accurrate when seeking out objects.



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