The Celestron PowerSeeker 60 Telescope telescope is ideal for the young or novice astronomer. This fully featured scope is designed to give the first-time buyer the perfect combination of quality, value, and power.
For the ultimate in night-sky imaging, the PowerSeeker 60 features high-quality, all-glass lenses and mirrors. The lenses feature high-transmission optic coatings that provide optimum light allowance and enhance image brightness and clarity. The scope also includes one 20mm (35x) and one 4mm (175x) eyepiece, as well as a 3x Barlow lens that triples viewing power. Additionally, a sturdy altazimuth mount provides both stability and easy maneuvering. These features combine to make the PowerSeeker 60 an excellent introductory scope for any budding astronomy enthusiast.
tripod, accessory tray, glow-in-the-dark stickers
Dimensions & Specifications
Highest Useful Magnification
Objective Lens Size Code
Viewing the Moon
Viewing the Planets
Celestron PowerSeeker Telescopes
For the Beginner
DocumentationDownload Celestron Powerseeker Telescopes User Manual
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Celestron has a limited lifetime binocular and spotting scope warranty and all other products have a 2 year manufacturer's warranty covers against defects is provided. If you have specific questions about this product's warranty please contact Celestron's Customer Service department at 310-328-9560.
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Q1: Along with the mount, is the tripod included?
A: The Celestron PowerSeeker 60 telescope includes the tripod.
Q2: I am interested in the Celestron PowerSeeker 60. Do I need to buy a erect image prism to see land objects?
A: An erecting prism will not be needed with this scope to see terrestrial objects.
Q3: Is it possable to see the moon and the planets with this telescope?
A: You will definitely be able to view the moon with this telescope. As for planets, you would be able to see the largest planets in our solar system, Jupiter and Saturn.
Q4: Is the 3X Barlow lens included as indicated in the writeup for the Celestron PowerSeeker 60 or just the 20mm and 4mm lens?
A: The Celestron PowerSeeker 60 telescope includes the 3X Barlow lens.