Celestron PowerSeeker 50 50mm f/12 AZ Refractor Telescope

BH #CEP50 • MFR #21039
Celestron PowerSeeker 50 50mm f/12 AZ Refractor Telescope
Key Features
  • 50mm Aperture
  • 600mm Focal Length, f/12 Focal Ratio
  • 0.96" Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
  • Manual Alt-Azimuth Mount
The PowerSeeker 50 50mm f/12 AZ Refractor Telescope from Celestron is a starter scope designed to introduce viewers to astronomy by giving them a complete setup for viewing the moon, planets, and meteor showers. Three eyepieces provide 30x, 50x, and 150x magnifications with a 3x Barlow lens that triples the magnification of each eyepiece for a wider range of observing possibilities. An adjustable height aluminum tripod provides a stable platform for sky-watching, and the included 90° star diagonal makes looking through the scope more comfortable, especially when aiming the telescope toward the zenith.
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What planets can you see with this telescope?

What planets can you see with this telescope?
Asked by: Lester
When at a favorable position away from the Sun, you can observe the inner planets Mercury and Venus. Further out, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can easily been seen through the PowerSeeker 50 telescope.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-10-08

can you see the rings of Saturn with this?

can you see the rings of Saturn with this?
Asked by: Mildred
Yes, Saturn and its rings is visible in the PowerSeeker 50 telescope.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-12-06

can a camera be attached?

can a camera be attached?
Asked by: robert
With the proper camera adapter, yes. As long as the camera is not too heavy.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-10-11

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What software does this come with?
Asked by: Anonymous
It was a year ago I bought this. I dont remember it coming with any software. Check the manufacturer website. Being a tech geek I would be inclined to view any software that came with it. So Im strongly on the side of it not coming with software when I purchased it.
Answered by: Dusty E.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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