Celestron PowerSeeker Accessory Kit (1.25")

BH #CEPAK • MFR #94306
Celestron PowerSeeker Accessory Kit (1.25")
Key Features
  • 9mm High-Power Eyepiece
  • 15mm Medium Magnification Eyepiece
  • #80A Blue, #25 Red Planetary Filters
  • Contrast Enriching Moon Filter
The PowerSeeker Accessory Kit from Celestron enhances your planetary viewing experience on any telescope that accepts 1.25" eyepieces and filters. It features two fully coated eyepieces and two of the most popular planetary filters that reveal details of various planets. Also included with this kit is a Moon filter that allows you to safely view the Moon's surface with enhanced contrast and a foam-lined hard case to safely store and transport your accessories.
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Celestron 94306 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Eyepieces
  • 3Filters
  • 4Case

The PowerSeeker Accessory Kit from Celestron enhances your planetary viewing experience on any telescope that accepts 1.25" eyepieces and filters. It features two fully coated eyepieces and two of the most popular planetary filters that reveal details of various planets. Also included with this kit is a Moon filter that allows you to safely view the Moon's surface with enhanced contrast and a foam-lined hard case to safely store and transport your accessories.

Eyepieces

  • 1.25" diameter barrels
  • Accepts most standard 1.25" eyepiece filters
  • Anti-reflection multi-coated optics improves light transmission, color rendition, and contrast
  • 9mm offers highest magnification potential
  • 15mm produces a comfortable mid-range magnification on most OTAs

Filters

  • Colored optical glass, no films that can wear off
  • Anti-reflection coating prevents ghosting or glaring
  • Fits standard 1.25" eyepieces
    #80 Blue:
  • 30% transmittance
  • Most popular for the study of detail on Jupiter and Saturn
  • Enhances the contrast on Jupiter's cloud belts
  • Enhances details of the Great Red Spot
  • Brings out detail in Saturn's belts and polar features
  • Also very useful for lunar observing
    #25 Red:
  • 14% transmittance
  • Blocks the transmission of blue and green wavelengths
  • Sharply defines the contrast between the cloud formations and the lighter-toned surface features on Jupiter
  • Useful for definition of the Martian polar ice caps and maria
    Moon:
  • 21mm clear aperture
  • 18% transmittance
  • Makes viewing the Moon safe when at, or near full-phase
  • Reduces glare to bring out more surface detail and improve contrast
  • Also useful to bring out surface details on Venus

Case

  • Hard plastic shell
  • Snap closure
  • Custom-cut foam to fit the two eyepieces and filters
  • Foam-line lid to prevent shifting during transport
UPC: 050234943062

Celestron 94306 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.82 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.85 x 6.85 x 2.5"
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is this compatible with the celestron powerseeker 114eq?
Asked by: Rain V.
Yes the PowerSeeker Accessory Kit will fit your Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Is this compatible with the Celestron Powerseeker ...

Is this compatible with the Celestron Powerseeker 114az?
Asked by: Nick
The PowerSeeker Accessory Kit is compatible for all PowerSeeker models that use 1.25" eyepieces and diagonals. It is not compatible with the PowerSeeker 50AZ model which use .96" eyepieces and diagonal.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-06-11

Is it compatible with the Celestron TrailSeeker ...

Is it compatible with the Celestron TrailSeeker 65 16-48x65 Spotting Scope (Angled Viewing)?
Asked by: Raymond
Yes, the PowerSeeker Accessory Kit uses 1.25 eyepieces, so they can be used with the TrailSeeker spotting scope which allows for 1.25" interchangeable eyepieces.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-01-22

question

The 9mm &15mm eyepieces= how much magnification for the Celestron Travel Scope 70mm ?
Asked by: Rejean
Divide the focal length of the scope (in this case 400mm) by the focal length of the eyepiece. e.g, 400/9 = 44x and 400/15 = 26x magnification. Hope this helps.
Answered by: Dainis G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

is this kit worth the money? does it make any difference to what i can see?
Asked by: Rain V.
Yes I thought that it was a good addition
Answered by: Patrick F.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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