The Celestron PowerSeeker 114EQ is a Newtonian reflector telescope with a 114mm aperture.
The Powerseeker range from Celestron includes this 114EQ model additionally the 127EQ, 60EQ, 70EQ and the 80EQ. These models all have a common feature being the equatorial mount. Hence the EQ in the model names.
The 114EQ is regarded as a well-sized aperture and is able to produce very good even impressive images. This telescope is regarded as an entry level or intermediate telescope it is a very good telescope even for the advanced astronomer.
The equatorial mount is a Manual German Equatorial Mount known as a GEM which has has setting circles used to locate and track objects in the sky.
The full height steel tripod is adjustable and includes an accessories tray which is regarded as a deluxe tray.
This is a No-tool setup telescope which is very quick and easy to assemble.
A finderscope and Barlow Lens, as well as a 20mm and 4mm eyepieces, are included.
Included is a Premium version of Starry Night software which can be downloaded giving you printable sky maps along with a 10,000 object database and 75 enhanced images. All this will assist you with your learning about the nigh
Made of highest quality material. An affordable telescope especially for beginning astronomer; portable yet powerful.
All-glass optical components plus high transmission coatings giving enhanced image brightness with clarity.
Newtonian optical design having 114mm aperture and 900mm focal length and an Equatorial mount good for tracking the sky. Also includes a 3x Barlow Lens (1.25"), a 20mm eyepiece, and a 4mm eyepiece, plus with an aluminum tripod having an accessory tray.
Manufactured by Celestron
Embark on a voyage: right across the Universe with your Celestron PowerSeeker 114EQ, which is the perfect choice for beginner astronomers.
Having a Manual German Equatorial mount. This sturdy mount does feature large slow-motion control knobs that you can use to track objects smoothly and seamlessly across the nighttime sky.
Including 2 eyepieces: 20mm & 4mm, plus a 3x Barlow lens which triples the power of each. It is like having four eyepieces, all giving you viewing options for a wide variety of celestial objects. The eyepieces & the Barlow Lens magnify your object between 135x-675x.