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  1. Celestron PowerSeeker 60, 2.4" Altazimuth refractor

    $69.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 60 altazimuth refractor is a very economical introduction to casual astronomy and nature study for the backyard astronomer, but one that can supply good images of nature, the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects.

  2. Celestron PowerSeeker 70 EQ, 2.75" Equatorial refractor

    $129.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 70 equatorial refractor is a great scope for the beginning astronomer who wants good images of the Moon, planets, star clusters, and binary stars – but at a price not much higher than an ordinary 60mm toy store scope.

  3. Celestron PowerSeeker 127 EQ 5" Equatorial reflector

    $169.95

    The 5" Celestron PowerSeeker 127 equatorial reflector is a good-sized scope for a good low price. It is a remarkably economical introduction to serious deep space star-gazing for the beginning backyard observer.

  4. Celestron PowerSeeker 60 EQ, 2.4" Equatorial refractor

    $99.95

    The PowerSeeker 60 equatorial refractor is a very economical introduction to astronomy for the beginning backyard astronomer. It is capable of providing good images of the Moon, the planets, and many of the brighter deep space objects.

  5. Celestron PowerSeeker 50, 2" Altazimuth refractor

    $49.95

    The PowerSeeker 50A altazimuth refractor is a very, very economical introduction to casual astronomy and nature study for the beginning astronomer, but one that can supply good images of nature, the Moon, the planets, and some of the brighter deep space objects.

  6. Celestron PowerSeeker 80 EQ, 3.1" Equatorial refractor

    $149.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 80 equatorial refractor is a visible step up in performance from the typical 60mm beginner's scope, at a price not much higher than a typical 60mm toy store scope.

  7. Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ 4.5" Equatorial reflector

    $149.95

    The Celestron PowerSeeker 114 equatorial reflector proves that you don't have to pay a big scope price to get a big scope's performance. It is a remarkably economical introduction to serious deep space astronomy for the beginning backyard observer.

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