Celestron AstroMaster 130/650mm EQ and PowerSeeker 127/1000mm EQ finally in stock

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Celestron AstroMaster 130/650mm EQ mirror telescope

The Celestron AstroMaster 130 EQ is a reflector (Newtonian) telescope with a primary mirror diameter of 130mm, a focal length of 650mm and an f/5 aperture. The equatorial mount offers fine and precise adjustment of the telescope in both axes, and the height-adjustable steel tripod with storage area provides the necessary stability. A CD-ROM of "The Sky" Planetarium Software (The SkyX First Light edition) is included.

The telescope is suitable for beginning astronomers.

Product parameters:

  • Type.
  • mount: Equatorial (CG-3)
  • Focal length: 650mm (f/5)
  • element diameter: 130mm
  • eyepieces: 20mm (33x magnification), 10mm (65x magnification)
  • tripod: steel
  • package size: 88.0 x 47.0 x 28.0 cm
  • weight: 17.35 kg
  • Parameters
  • Design Mirror binoculars
  • Magnification factor 33x to 65x
  • Mounting Parallactic
  • Focal point 660 mm
  • Eyepiece 10 mm | 20 mm
  • Objective lens diameter 130 mm
  • Colour Shade Black

Celestron PowerSeeker 127/1000mm EQ Mirror Motorized Telescope

PowerSeeker 127EQ reflector (Newtonian) telescope, with a primary mirror diameter of 127mm, a focal length of 1000mm andf/8 aperture, equipped with a clockwork motor and SmartPhone adapter for even more comfortable viewing.

Powerseeker mirror (Newtonian) telescopes are low-cost, affordable telescopes for the beginning or intermediate amateur astronomer. They are characterized by very good, fully coated multi-coated optics and easy and quick assembly in a few minutes where no tools are needed. The instrument's light weight and lightweight, height-adjustable aluminum tripod allow you to take the binoculars with you on trips or outdoor observing away from home.

When used under dark skies, you can see all 110 objects in Messier's catalogue with these telescopes, with detailed views of the lunar surface, planets and even more distant ones like Uranus and Neptune will be seen as disks rather than just points of light. Included with your purchase is a CD-ROM of "The SkyX" Planetarium Software that will help you find and identify many of them.

Very high quality optical performance is achieved while respecting the highest (300x) and lowest (18x) useful magnification. The telescope comes with two Plössl eyepieces, 20mm (50x magnification) and 4mm (250x magnification) and a Barlow 3x lens that triples the capabilities of the optics, but at this magnification you have to expect a lower image quality.

Powerseeker EQ are parallactic (equatorial) mount models , offering fine and precise telescope adjustment. This is the traditional mount for astronomical telescopes, which is oriented in the direction of the Earth's axes. The telescope can describe the arc-like motion of celestial objects in the sky by setting the telescope's field of view to, for example, the Moonc, all you have to do is rotate the telescope around one axis and you can still see the object you are looking at in the telescope's field of view.

All models in the PowerSeeker series are also usable for terrestrial viewing.

Binoculars suitable for beginners.

Technical parameters

  • Lens diameter [mm]: 127
  • Focal length [mm]: 1000
  • Optical design: Newton
  • F/: 7.87
  • Resolution [arc sec.]: 0.91
  • Range mag.: 13
  • Eyepieces (magnification): 50x, 250x (150x, 750x)
  • Viewfinder: 5x24
  • Mounting type: parallactic German
  • Weight [kg]: 7.7"

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