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Shooting Stars

With a simple click of the mouse, you can get a galaxy of information.

Digital technologies have changed how we look at work, at markets, and at companies themselves. The NexStar 5 telescope, from Celestron, changes how we look at the universe. Hook it up to your PC, point it out the window, and gaze at Mars, the moon, or the Big Dipper — right on your computer screen! Better yet, the NexStar 5 offers tutorials for those of us who may have missed Astronomy 101. Want to learn more about the constellation that's on your screen? With a simple click, you can get a galaxy of information. It's like having the heavens at your fingertips.

The NexStar 5 costs $2,198. You can visit Celestron on the Web (www.celestron.com).

A version of this article appeared in the Jan/Feb 2000 issue of Fast Company magazine.