Hi, After all these years of naked eye observations, I finally decided to get a telescope. So, I chose this: Celestron Powerseeker 60AZ Telescope http://www.flipkart.com/celestron-powerseeker-60az-telescope/p/itmdmsczsv69zc6j?pid=ACCDMSCZBV8S9FKU&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=celestron+powerseeker&ref=c9e5e3f1-9bef-43a2-8249-fce0e5179222 I've read the reviews but I can't imagine how deep sky objects would look like. This has a 60mm aperture of 700mm focal length. A 3x barlow is also provided. A 20mm eyepiece and a 4mm eyepiece give 35x and 175x magnification respectively. But I think 175x is too much for a 60mm objective to handle. Is it so? If so, should I use the barlow with the 20mm eyepiece, which would give around 105x? Will I be able to see the rings of saturn? Cloud bands of jupiter? How would nebulae and galaxies appear in this? Thanks for any guidance/suggestions.