The PowerSeekers come in a choice of refractor or reflector, equatorial or altazimuth mount design. The PowerSeekers come with all coated glass optical components with for enhanced image brightness and clarity. The Newtonian reflectors offer larger aperture and greater light gathering power needed to resolve the faint detail of hundreds of deep-sky and other celestial objects. All PowerSeekers come on either sturdy equatorial mounts for tracking the sky, or collapsible altazimuth mounts suitable for terrestrial viewing as well as astronomical use. The PowerSeekers come with a full range of eyepieces plus a 3x Barlow lens, allowing an increase in viewing power hundreds of times greater than that of an unaided eye!A great choice for children and families.
|Frequency Band||Aperture : 127 mm (5 in)Focal Length : 1000 mm (39.37 in)Focal Ratio : 7.87Eyepiece 1 : 20 mm (0.79 in)Eyepiece 2 : 4 mm (0.16 in)Barlow Lens : 3 xFinderscope : 5x24Limiting Stellar Magnitude : 13Resolution (Rayleigh) : 1.1 arcsecResolution (Dawes) : 0.91 arcsecPhotographic Resolution : 254 line/mmLight Gathering Power : 329 xAngular Field of View : 0.8 Optical Coatings : AluminumSecondary Mirror Obstruction : 1.6 in (40.64 mm)Secondary Mirror Obstruction by Area : 10.2 %Secondary Mirror Obstruction by Diameter : 32 %|
|Linear Field of View||43 ft @ 3000 ft|
|Maximum Angular Field of View (Real)||1|
|Angular Field of View||0.8|
|Maximum Field of View @ 1000 yd||43 ft|
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