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Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium

By Jason Bacchetta on July 12, 2012

The Maya may have been good astronomers for their time, but we bet they didn’t have one of these.

The Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium is a handheld device that locates and identifies over 50,000 stars, planets, and constellations with GPS technology. Simply point, click, and listen to entertaining and educational information about whatever it is you’re pointing to. A USB port allows the database to be uploaded with new objects as they are discovered (i.e. comets). And the device even shows a list of the 20 best objects to view for your exact date, time and location anywhere in the world.

Technology, we love you.

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