Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker

Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope Review

For the fledgeling astronomers who’ve stumbled upon the wonders of the universe, a telescope is a must have tool. A telescope that is reliable and powerful but at a reasonable price is the one best suited for your first telescope.

The Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope is the one you’ve been searching for.

Celestron’s PowerSeeker series is designed to give your little one a fun and memorable experience with its first telescope with the perfect combination of quality performance, values, convenient features, and power.

Stargazing can strengthen the bonds of your family and is a healthy hobby. The Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope would be a perfect companion for long hours of enjoyable peeking at the stars.

Features:

  • Quick and easy no tool set-up
  • Slow motion control for smooth tracking of the observed body
  • Erect image optics
  • Fully coated glass optical components
  • 3x Barlow lens that triples magnifying power when applied to eyepiece
  • Accessory tray
  • Includes The Sky Level 1 Planetarium software which contains a 10,000 object database and enhanced images.

For the young, aspiring astronomer who just started his journey through the boundless wonders of space, the Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope is the perfect telescope. This telescope was designed to target amateurs who have little background in astronomy and are searching for a suitable first telescope for them.

The Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope is a Newtonian reflector whose first design was conceived by the very famous Isaac Newton. This type of telescope uses mirrors instead of lenses which is the reason why they are cheaper than refractor telescopes. And also for this reason, that reflectors have higher apertures than refractors of the same scale of diameter.

The large aperture that reflectors have is also possessed by this telescope. And it has a noticeable difference in quality when compared to refractors of similar specifications. This scope has a 127mm (5 inches) aperture which is enough to satisfy our little striving astronomers and allows them to view the moon and the planets in a bright, clear and crisp image.

Furthermore, this telescope also has optical components made from glass that are durable and reliable. These optical components are fully coated with a reflective aluminum to create stunning images of your observed image while increasing brightness and clarity.

This telescope also provides correctly-oriented images which makes this an ideal telescope for both terrestrial and celestial viewing.

Also included in this telescope is a 3x Barlow lens that increases the magnification of your telescope thrice. That’s not all that it has, since this telescope also possess an equatorial mount that assures you of stability and sturdiness for a comfortable viewing. This equatorial mount also makes tracking of the objects in the night sky much easier as they move about.

And since you want to keep things simple, this Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope has a quick and easy no-tool setup that won’t take much time in assembling your telescope. Therefore, you can easily assemble and disassemble this telescope with no problems.

This Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope also includes a Level 1 planetarium software titled “The Sky” that has a 10,000 object database and some enhanced images.

In summary, the Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope is a powerful and reliable telescope that is perfect for your young astronomer as their first ever telescope. With the combination of features, power, quality and value, this telescope would accompany you and your child in hours of fun and memorable sky gazing.

Comparisons

Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope in comparison to Celestron 31042 AstroMaster 114 EQ Reflector Telescope.

These two telescopes by Celestron are perfect for amateurs and those who are looking for their first telescope.

The most obvious similarity between these two telescopes is that they both are reflector telescopes that use mirrors to gather light, rather than lenses and therefore are much cheaper compared to other types of telescopes. And since they are both geared towards the same target, amateurs, both are designed for easy assembly with a no-tool setup.

In terms of quality, Celestron AstroMaster wins with its ability to gather light a three times the normal rate, system despite its compactness, but the PowerSeeker telescope definitely wins when it comes to features.

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