Celestron® PowerSeeker 80EQ 45X-225X Refractor Telescope

Item # WX2-211471

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Details & Specs

Celestron® PowerSeeker 80EQ 45-225X Refractor Telescope opens up the wonders of the universe to the aspiring astronomer.

Amateur astronomy is a great hobby you can enjoy year-round, and Celestron®'s PowerSeeker Telescopes are the ideal choice for affordable stargazing enjoyment! PowerSeeker Scopes are quick and easy to set up, even for the novice... no tools required!

Their sturdy Equatorial mounts are perfect for tracking objects across the night sky, meaning these Telescopes shine for moon- and planet-watching. All Celestron PowerSeekers include a tripod, full range of eyepieces, plus a 3X barlow lens.

Specs:
  • 80mm aperture size
  • Includes 20mm eyepiece for 45X magnification, 4mm eyepiece for 225X, and a 3X barlow lens that triples the magnification power of each eyepiece
  • Refractor optical design
  • Fully-coated glass optics with high-transmission coatings for enhanced brightness and clarity
  • Sturdy German Equatorial mount, perfect for tracking objects across the night sky
  • 1.25" erect image diagonal, ideal for terrestrial and astronomical viewing
  • Comes with The Sky X Planetarium software, featuring a 10,000 object database to get you started
  • Focal length: 900mm
  • Limiting stellar magnitude: 12
  • Resolution (Rayleigh): 1.74 arcsec
  • Resolution (Dawes): 1.45 arcsec
  • Light-gathering power: 131X
  • Angular F.O.V. is 1.2°. Linear F.O.V. is 61'
  • 5x24mm finderscope
  • Weighs 19 lbs. Includes aluminum tripod.

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