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A GOTO TELESCOPE MOUNT IN TWO COMPACT BAGS

 

 

Testimonials

Some words from users

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Chris from U.K.:

"The mount is sturdy, very well made and is super easy to set up." 

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B.T. from Germany:

"Wonderful sensationel lovely and I am sorry I have no better words!"

C.D. from Canada:

"Gorgeous piece of equipment, can hardly wait to use it!"

P.G. from U.K.:

"I am enjoying using the mount and find it easy to use"

R.D. from U.K.:

"I appreciate the great customer service"

Get out where it is dark

 

"No known roof is as beautiful as the skies above."

 

As an amateur astronomer, you know that the ideal location for stargazing may not always be in your backyard. The best observations occur in remote dark places. It’s easier to view the Milky Way, Jupiter or other faint deep sky objects far from the gaudy glare of city lights.

 

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What you get...

Take astrophotos

 

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Take sharp long-exposure deep-sky images with the TTS Telescope Rotator. 

 

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Start observing faster

 

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No physical alignment or adjustment of the mount required - even on uneven surfaces.

 

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Made in Denmark

 

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You get Danish design excellence and production combined with quality materials and exceptional functionality. This is delivered in a robust mount that's built to last.

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Our Partners

 

 

We work with and sell products from these companies: 

 

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About Us

 

 

Niels Haagh Track The Stars

Track The Stars is a privately-held company located in Denmark. Established in 2004, we develop, manufacture and sell advanced mountings for astronomical telescopes, combining unique Danish design and innovative drive technology to...

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Australien outback 1986

 

 

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Back in 1986 Niels Haagh – the founder of Track The Stars – travelled half way around the globe to the Australian outback to observe the return of Halley's Comet. No suitable commerci...

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