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|Celestron 21045 114mm Equatorial PowerSeeker Telescope
Lowest new price: $119.79
List price: $149.95
The PowerSeeker 114EQ telescope is a great way to open up the Wonders of the universe to the aspiring astronomer! it is designed to give the first-time buyer a great combination of quality, value, features, and power. Set up is quick and easy with no tools necessary. View the stars with slow motion controls for smooth tracking. Erect image optics are excellent for terrestrial and astronomical use. Fully coated glass optical components are covered with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brightness and clarity while the 3x Barlow lens triples the magnifying power of each eyepiece. An accessory tray is provided for easy storage of your accessories.
I love bargains, so I was eager to try out Celestron's new Powerseeker 114 Newtonian reflector telescope. With its 4.5-inch mirror, Celestron's Powerseeker 114 gathers three times more starlight than popular 60mm refractors. The Powerseeker package includes two eyepieces (K20 and SR4), a plastic 3x barlow, and a lightweight equatorial mount.
Optically, the Powerseeker 114 holds its own when compared with my Celestron Firstscope 114EQ. Using the K20 eyepiece included as standard equipment, about 45x magnification, it's easy to see the Andromeda Galaxy and its smaller satellite galaxy M32. When compared to 60mm refractors, the Powerseeker 114 brings out much more detail in the Orion Nebula, reveals many more stars in Perseus' Double Cluster and even brings out a few individual stars in globular clusters like M13. Saturn looks quite small at 45x with the K20 eyepiece, but using my own 7.5mm eyepiece (120x) I can easily detect the shadow cast by the planet on the rings, and even glimpse the ring's Cassini Division. When the mirrors are properly lined up or "collimated," the images are reasonably sharp up to magnifications of 225x. I find a collimation tool helps get this fine tuning just right.
As good as the optics are, however, the effect of cost-cutting shows up in the mechanical components. The focuser is plastic, the finder scope is plastic, the rings that attach the telescope to the tripod are plastic. Even when the tripod legs are clamped at their shortest setting, the telescope wobbles when I try to focus at higher magnifications. Celestron's instruction manual correctly recommends that most viewing be done in the range of 40x to 130x. So what about that 675x magnification proclaimed on the box? I'd say it's not worth the trouble.
Overall, the Celestron Powerseeker 114 is a budget priced telescope with good optical performance, especially when using the low power K20 eyepiece. If you're willing to spend a little more money, either Orion's SkyQuest XT4.5 or Celestron's Firstscope 114EQ will give you a sturdier mount, an improved finder scope, and better eyepieces. Also, for about the price of the Powerseeker 114, I like the dependable refractor design of Celestron's Firstscope 70EQ. --Jeff Phillips
- Low cost
- Good optics
- Serviceable K20 eyepiece
- Wobbly mount
- Difficult to collimate
- Plastic finder and focuser
- Made of highest quality material
- Manufacturer: Celestron
- Celestron powerseeker 114Eq telescope
- Affordable telescope for beginning astronomer; portable yet powerful
- All-glass optical components with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brighness and clarity
- Newtonian optical design with a 114mm aperture and 900mm focal length
- Equatorial mount for tracking the sky
- Includes 3x Barlow Lens (1.25"), 20mm eyepiece, 4mm eyepiece, aluminum tripod with accessory tray
|Celestron Power Tank
Lowest new price: $60.59
List price: $69.95
For any Celestron computerized telescope. Now you can take your telescope anywhere with this portable rechargeable power supply. Whether you have a computerized telescope or operate your telescope using motors, Celestron specially designed this product with the amateur astronomer in mind - this model is packed with useful features. Not only useful for setting up and powering your scope, this model can also be useful as an emergency roadside accessory as it includes an emergency light, and booster terminals in place to start weak car batteries.
- 7-amp hour
- Two 12V output cigarette lighter ports
- Built-in flashlight with red filter cap
- Energy efficient LED spotlight
- Booster terminal on rear side
- Built-in Circuit Breaker for safety
- Cigarette lighter adapter included
- 110 V/220 V switchable universal AC adapter included
|Celestron SkyMaster 25X100 ASTRO Binoculars with deluxe carrying case
Lowest new price: $299.00
Lowest used price: $246.98
List price: $299.00
Celestron’s SkyMaster Series of large aperture binoculars are a phenomenal value for high performance binoculars ideal for astronomical viewing or for terrestrial (land) use - especially over long distances. Each SkyMaster model features high quality BaK-4 prisms and multi-coated optics for enhanced contrast. Celestron has designed and engineered the larger SkyMaster models to meet the special demands of extended astronomical or terrestrial viewing sessions.
For maximum stability and secure optical alignment the 100 mm SkyMaster model features enhanced structural reinforcement to the main binocular body. As an additional convenience, the 100 mm SkyMaster model also includes an integral super rigid photo tripod adapter. The SkyMaster Series binoculars are built to provide years of magnificent views of the world around you and the heavens above.
- 25x magnification porro prism binocular
- Giant 100 mm objective lens offers maximum image brightness in low-light and long-range conditions
- Ultra sharp focus across the field of view, Long eye relief ideal for eyeglass wearers.To attach a binocular tripod adapter, remove the cap
and then thread the screw from the binocular tripod adapter into the threaded screw hole
- Individual Eyepiece Focus to ensure optimal focus position. Integrated tripod adapter rod for ultra-stable tripod mounting
- Multi-Coated optics for sharp, clear views
- Water-resistant body
- Deluxe padded carrying case included for travel and safe storage
|Celestron Heavy-Duty Altazimuth Tripod
Lowest new price: $72.90
Lowest used price: $71.58
List price: $99.95
Celestron wants to be known as a company that puts quality first in all aspects of its business. It is a complete company, working to make the best possible products backed up by the best possible product support. Because of this commitment to quality, Celestron organized its efforts to manufacture products from the inside out - starting with the most important internal components to the external touches that set the look of products apart. Celestron's overall mission is to provide the highest quality products at a competitive price.
Extendable aluminum tripod legs with heavy duty mount head; Sliding ?"-20 mounting screw; Flexible slow motion cables for both altitude and azimuth; Max extended height - 45 inches; Folded height - 32 inches.
This product is designed for the following systems: SkyMaster 20x80 and 25x100 binoculars; Ultima 80 and 100 Spotting scopes; C90 and C130 Mak Spotting scopes; C5 Spotting scope. For a complete compatibility list please refer to the original manufacturer's web site.
- Extendable aluminum tripod legs with heavy-duty mount head
- Sliding 1/4-inch-20 mounting screw
- Flexible slow-motion cables for both altitude and azimuth
- 45 Inch maximum extended height
- 32 Inch folded height
|Celestron 93230 8 to 24mm 1.25 Zoom Eyepiece
Lowest new price: $64.95
Lowest used price: $60.08
List price: $74.39
Super-premium 1.25-inch zoom eyepiece Focal length of 8 to 24 millimeters Allows for expanded magnification options 40 to 60 degree field of view, 15 to 18 millimeter eye relief Fully multicoated optics
The Celestron 93230 8 to 24 millimeters 1.25 inch zoom eyepiece allows you to zoom instantly with your scope from 8x magnification to 24x magnification.
- Super-premium 1.25-inch zoom eyepiece
- Focal length of 8 to 24 millimeters
- Allows for expanded magnification options
- 40 to 60 degree field of view, 15 to 18 millimeter eye relief
- Fully multicoated optics
|Celestron 93625 Universal 1.25-inch Camera T-Adapter
Lowest new price: $14.99
Lowest used price: $12.92
List price: $24.95
Allows attachment of 35mm SLR camera to the prime focus of your telescope Great for terrestrial, short exposure lunar and planetary photography Use with separate guidescope for long exposure deep-sky photography Fits any type of telescope that uses a 1.25-inch focuser or visual back Both a T-Adapter and T-Ring are required to mount camera
- Allows attachment of 35mm SLR camera to the prime focus of your telescope
- Great for terrestrial, short exposure lunar and planetary photography
- Use with separate guidescope for long exposure deep-sky photography
- Fits any type of telescope that uses a 1.25-inch focuser or visual back
- Both a T-Adapter and T-Ring are required to mount camera
|Celestron 21041 60mm PowerSeeker Telescope
Lowest new price: $47.99
List price: $69.95
PowerSeeker telescopes are a great way to open up the Wonders of the universe to the aspiring astronomer! the Celestron PowerSeeker Series of telescopes is designed to give the first-time buyer the perfect combination of quality, value, features and power. Offering exceptional value, these telescopes feature portable yet powerful designs with ample optical performance to excite any newcomer to the world of amateur astronomy.
Celestron's value priced PowerSeeker 60 is an affordable entry level telescope with some nice extras like a correct image prism and "The Sky" astronomy software included. The package also includes an Alt-Azimuth mount with adjustable aluminum tripod, high and low power eyepieces, a 3X barlow lens, and a 5 power cross hair finder scope.
The PowerSeeker 60AZ comes disassembled in a compact box, but the fully illustrated quick set-up guide makes it easy to assemble. Go ahead and try it out in the daytime, that's the best time to align the finder scope while looking at a distant tree or telephone pole.
The optics of the PowerSeeker 60AZ are surprisingly good, especially when I use the low power 20mm eyepiece. The correct image prism and the 20mm eyepiece give me a magnification of 35X, so backyard birds seem five times closer than with my seven power binoculars. My first view of Saturn's rings and globular cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules came with a 60mm telescope similar to the PowerSeeker 60, and the new PowerSeeker 60AZ is just as good showing me literally hundreds of craters on the Moon.
The PowerSeeker 60 can be upgraded with standard 1.25 inch telescope eyepieces. A 25mm plossl eyepiece for example gives a true field of view of almost 2 degrees for delightful views of star clusters like the Pleiades, while a 6mm eyepiece provides a magnification of 117X, just right to see the rings of Saturn or the cloud bands on Jupiter. The Alt-Azimuth mount included with the PowerSeeker 60AZ is lighter and easier to use than an Equatorial mount, but it does not track stars and planets. As soon as you get the Moon centered in the eyepiece it starts drifting toward the edge, this is caused by rotation of the Earth. The Moon may stay in the low power eyepiece for two or three minutes, but with the high power 4mm eyepiece (175X magnification) a star will disappear in only twenty or thirty seconds.
Celestron's PowerSeeker 60AZ is a real value because it has surprisingly good optics in a package that's light, portable and affordable. The drawback is that it has a lot of plastic parts, including the finder scope and the 3X barlow. For a more rugged alternative, take a look at Celestron's AstroMaster 70AZ which has more powerful optics, better eyepieces, and a much sturdier Alt-Azimuth mount. --Jeff Phillips
- Surprisingly good optics
- Correct image prism
- Easy no tool set-up
- Light, portable, and affordable
- Does not track stars and planets
- Plastic finder and barlow lens
- Light weight tripod
- Made of highest quality material
- Manufacturer: Celestron
- Celestron powerseeker 60Az telescope
|Celestron Collimation Eyepiece 1.25"
Lowest new price: $26.99
List price: $31.95
Celestron Collimation Eyepiece - 1-1/4'' - 94182 Ideal for precise collimation of Newtonians Special eyepiece fits into 11/4 focusers or diagonals. Alignment is easy Collimation eyepiece is more accurate than the simple Collimation Tool
- Celestron Collimation Eyepiece - 1-1/4'' - 94182
- Ideal for precise collimation of Newtonians
- Special eyepiece fits into 1¼" focusers or diagonals.
- Alignment is easy
- Collimation eyepiece is more accurate than the simple Collimation Tool
|Celestron No.44410 Prepared Microscope Slides (25-Piece Set)
Lowest new price: $9.89
List price: $19.95
- Prepared Slides For Hours and Hours of Enjoyment and Discovery
- 1" x 3" (25 mm x 76 mm) Glass Slides
- Packed in a Wooden Case
- Listing of each of the Slides
A wide assortment of specimen slides covering insect parts, plant parts, animal parts, etc.
- This set of prepared slides includes an assortment of plant, animal, and protozoan specimens
- 1" × 3" (25 × 76 mm) glass slides ensure correct color and clear images of the specimens.
- A small sheet of paper inside the case lists all the slide specimens.
- Contained in a wooden case for safe storage and transportation.
|Celestron Sky Maps
Lowest new price: $21.39
Lowest used price: $13.95
List price: $24.95
Collection of seasonal star charts. Maps made from heavy card stock with protective overcoat. Plastic spiral binding. Glow-in-the-dark luminous star finder. Designed for astronomers in the northern hemisphere only.
- Ideal teaching tool for learning the night's sky
- Specially designed cover rotates to simulate the seasonal progression of celestial objects
- Illustrated reference section provides basic information and the visual characteristics of various types of stars, nebulae and galaxies
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