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Sun Catcher Variable Large Aperture Solar Filter

SKU SC70/80-00
BARCODE 812257019168
Sold out
Original price $ 19.99 - Original price $ 49.99
Original price
$ 19.99
$ 19.99 - $ 49.99
Current price $ 19.99

All pricing in USD

This item is out of stock for online purchases. If you live in Northwest Arkansas, you can still buy this item directly at the Explore Store at 1010 S. 48th St. in Springdale, Ark. (located right off Exit 72 of Interstate 49, behind Cracker Barrel)



If you need a Sun Catcher Solar Filter for 10-inch and 12-inch Dobsonian telescopes, purchase SC14-00.

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Made in USA

Features

  • 100% Safe for Eclipse Viewing
  • Lightweight and generally does not require rebalancing tube assembly.
  • Stronger than any other solar filter film on the market. It is highly tear and puncture-resistant.
  • Consistent yellow-orange solar image.
  • Even density with any aperture that keeps a flat surface as compared to other thin-film filters that have wrinkles and creases.
  • Film has a value of ND16
  • Thousand Oaks Optical Guarantees Solarlite Filter Material for 15 years.

Description

Observe Granulation Features and Sun Spots. Perfect for Eclipse Chasers!

Explore Scientific’s Sun Catcher Variable Large Aperture Solar Filters are available in many sizes to work on most telescopes from 70mm up to 12-inch SCTs, and of course all Explore FirstLight, and Explore Scientific Telescopes. If you need a custom size, call (866) 252–3811 and connect to Customer Service. A representative will take the measurement that you need and Explore Scientific will quote the price to you.

The Solar Filter material being used is the new advanced ‘Solarlite’ Film manufactured by world-famous Thousand Oaks Optical through years of research and development. ‘Solarlite’ a new solar film that has the optical quality of glass with the advantages of impregnated polymer… perfect for the solar astrophotographer!

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