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PowerSeeker Telescope w/ Altazimuth Mount - 70mm Aperture


MSRP: $123.95

You Save: $31.96 (26%)

SKU: CEL-21036

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Optical Design: Refractor
Aperture: 70 mm (2.76")
Focal Length: 700 mm (27.56")
Focal Ratio: 10
Eyepiece 1: 20 mm (0.79")
Magnification 1: 35x
Eyepiece 2: 4 mm (0.16")
Magnification 2: 175x
Mount : Altazimuth
Optical Coatings: Fully coated
Optical Tube Length: 30" (762 mm)
Star Diagonal: 1.25" erect image
Limiting Stellar Magnitude: 11.7
Resolution (Rayleigh): 1.99 arcsec
Resolution (Dawes): 1.66 arcsec
Light Gathering Power: 100x
Angular Field of View: 1.4°
Linear Field of View: 74' (22.56 m) at 1,000 yards
Finderscope: 5 x 24
Tripod: Aluminum
Other Info: Includes "The Sky®" Level 1 CD-ROM
Warranty: 2 years
Assembly: Some assembly required
Weight: 12.0 lbs.
Shipping Method: UPS / FedEx

Celestron's PowerSeeker Telescope is powerful and easy to operate, making it a great choice for a first-time telescope user. The telescope is a cinch to set up without tools. You'll receive a full range of eyepieces plus a Barlow lens that provides an increase in viewing power hundreds of times greater than that of the unaided eye. Fully coated glass optical components enhance image brightness and clarity. The Altazimuth mount moves parallel and perpendicular to the horizon and works especially well with terrestrial viewing.


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