Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone
Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo - JCO drone

Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo

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Why Should You Buy Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo?

Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope SC 235/2350 CGX-L 925 GoTo

Celestron SC telescopes


Despite the long focal length of these telescopes, the OTA itself has a very short length, making the system a compact telescope which is extremely easy to transport. Light first hits an aspherically figured Schmidt corrector plate and is then thrown onto a spherical main mirror. This reflects the light back up, throwing it onto a secondary mirror which subsequently throws it back in the direction of main mirror. The light then passes through a central hole in the main mirror and into the focuser at the bottom of the OTA. Thus the system is closed and hence does not suffer from air turbulence which could degrade the image. Of course this also means that the system is optimally protected from dust. The Schmidt plate is multi-coated, ensuring bright images which do not suffer from stray light reflections.


This telescope provides a very good image, boasting high contrast and definition and provides a lot of pleasure when planetary observing. The Schmidt-Cassegrain design provides a good all-round system suitable for both observing and astrophotography andwith an enormous range of optional accessories available. Using the bottom end of the OTA to look through means easy orientation. The system is also optimal for occasional terrestrial observing, e.g. birdwatching at close range. Celestron SC telescopes have an aperture ratio of around 1:10 which, so astrophotography is also very easily possible.


Main mirror focusing means a very large range of focus is made available, which allows virtually any common accessory to be used. Two pre-loaded ball bearings are used in the main mirror focus positioning mechanism in order to prevent 'mirror shift' - a typical problem when using simple bushings. The use of high quality materials such as CNC-milled aluminium components, cast steel and stainless steel guarantees extreme robustness with low weight. This means that a very heavy mount is unnecessary, not always the case for other telescope designs.


Features of these telescopes:


  • long focal length with short OTA
  • low weight aluminium OTA
  • high quality XLT multi-coating
  • closed system
  • pre-loaded ball bearings for low mirror shift main mirror focusing


CGX Equatorial Mount and Tripod:

For eight years, Celestron’s workhorse CGEM mount lineup has been the German Equatorial backbone for telescopes ranging from 6 to 11 inches of aperture. Since that time, many more astro-imagers and planetarium controlled setups have emerged as backyard telescope technology has evolved. Celestron’s engineering team applied their years of experience designing German Equatorial mounts to the all-new CGX EQ, a culmination of all the advancements made to our technologies, value, and ease-of-use.

All-new design:

  • Sturdier and more rigid with quicker dampening time
  • Improved motors provide more torque, better slewing and tracking under heavy loads
  • Heavy Duty belt-drive system minimizes backlash while providing smooth motor operation under heavy loads
  • Spring-loaded brass worm wheel and stainless steel worm gear reduce friction and provide optimum gear mesh
  • Internal cabling for worry-free remote operation. Power input and accessory ports remain stationary while the mount slews to avoid snags
  • Internal hard stops for both axes prevents cable tension and tripod strike
  • Home sensors allow the mount to always start in the index position regardless of orientation before a power reset
  • Limit sensors automatically shut off slewing or tracking before reaching the hard stop fail safe
  • Adjustable EQ head position to optimize center of gravity over the tripod and fully utilize the increased 3º-65º latitude range
  • Dual-fit CG-5/Vixen and CGE/Losmandy dovetail saddle



New improved tripod:

  • 2" steel legs with height index marks for quick leveling
  • "Jack of all trays" can hold three 1.25" eyepieces, two 2" eyepieces, your smartphone, or other accessories
  • Tripod legs can be collapsed with accessory tray installed for faster setup and transport




  • All-new NexStar+ hand control with USB port
  • Two AUX accessory ports to support wireless/WiFi alignment and operation with StarSense AutoAlign and SkyPortal WiFi Module accessories (sold separately)
  • USB 2.0 port, used to connect directly to PC with included software
  • Autoguider port
  • PPEC ready
  • Threaded 12VDC power input barrel connector
  • Internal Real Time Clock (keeps time and site information saved)



The new CGX was designed to better support your telescope for both visual and astro-imaging pursuits. Key design goals included a lower profile EQ head, which provides a more compact and therefore more stable setup; a better drive system; remote operation-friendly with home and limit optical sensors; easier polar alignment adjustments; and better cable management. In addition to that, we’ve made mechanical and ergonomic improvements throughout to make the mount sturdier, easier to use, and transport. The CGX is our new Equatorial backbone to support a wide range of telescopes.



            Type Reflector
            Type of build Schmidt-Cassegrain
            Aperture (mm) 235
            Focal length (mm) 2350
            Aperture ratio (f/) 10
            Resolving capacity 0,49
            Limit value (mag) 13,7
            Light gathering capacity 1130
            Max. useful magnification 470
            Coating Starbright XLT
            Tube material Aluminium
            Tube length (mm) 559
            Tube weight (kg) 9


            Secondary mirror obstruction 13
            Secondary mirror diameter (mm) 85
            Ventilation for central mirror no


            Gear reduction without
            Connection ( to eyepiece) 1,25"
            Connecting thread (telescope side) SC
            Type of build SC thread


            Weight (kg) 21,3
            GoTo control yes
            Type of build CGX-L
            Encoder yes
            Mounting type Equatorial
            Load capacity (kg) 34
            Polar elevation setting (°) 3 - 65
            Tracking yes
            Power supply 12
            Diameter of counterweight bar (mm) 31,5
            Cable-guide internal
            Mounting saddle Losmandy & Vixen

            GoTo control

            GPS optional
            Software NexStar
            Interfaces 2x Aux, USB 2.0, Autoguider
            Database 40.000
            Tracking speeds sideral, solar and lunar
            GoTo Language German, English, French, Spanish, Italian


            Tripod leg diameter (mm) 70
            Type Tripod
            Material Steel
            Weight (kg) 21
            Accessory plate yes
            Max. tripod height (cm) 134
            Min. tripod height (cm) 91

            Included accessories

            Prism rail Losmandy-Style
            Counterweights (kg) 1x 10
            1.25'' eyepieces 25mm
            Deviating optics 1.25", 90° star diagonal
            Eyepiece adaptor 1,25"-SC
            Finder scope 6x30


            Series CGX-L
            Total weight (kg) 62

            Area of application

            Astrophotography yes
            Moon & Planets yes (very good)
            Nature Observation no
            Nebulae & galaxies yes
            Sun no (Only with appropriate Sun filter)

            recommended for

            Beginners no
            Advanced yes
            Experienced amateurs no
            Observatories no
            en English