What can you see with Celestron Astromaster 114EQ?

What can you see with Celestron Astromaster 114EQ?

Celestron Astromaster 114EQ Reflector Telescope Each model is capable of giving correct views of land and sky. The Astromaster Series produce bright, clear images of the Moon and planets. It is easy to see the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn with this fine instrument.

Why can’t I see anything out of my telescope?

If you are unable to find objects while using your telescope, you will need to make sure the finderscope is aligned with the telescope. The finderscope is the small scope attached near the rear of the telescope just above the eyepiece holder. This is best done when the scope is first set up.

Where can I use my Celestron PowerSeeker 114eq telescope?

Take the telescope to your favorite campsite or dark sky observing site, or simply the backyard. MULTIPLE ACCESSORIES: The Celestron PowerSeeker 114EQ Telescope features 2 eyepieces (20mm and 4mm), finderscope, plus a 3x Barlow lens to triple the power of each.

What does the PowerSeeker 114eq Mount do?

The 114EQ provides bright, clear images of the Moon, planets, star clusters, and more for great nighttime viewing. The PowerSeeker mount comes with two slow motion control knobs that allow you to make fine pointing adjustments to the telescope in both Right Ascension and Declination axes, also referred to as RA and DEC.

Which Celestron telescope mount is best for beginners?

Embark on your voyage across the Universe with the Celestron PowerSeeker 114EQ, the perfect choice for beginner astronomers. This sturdy mount features large slow-motion control knobs so you can track objects smoothly and seamlessly as they drift across the nighttime sky.

How do you use a Celestron starsense telescope?

Just point the telescope at any three bright objects—stars, bright planets, or even the Moon—and your telescope can orient itself with the night sky. Celestron’s patented StarSense™ Technology makes it easier than ever to locate objects in the night sky, even if you’ve never used a telescope before.