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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #128794

For Sale: Celestron 1 1/4" Filter Set of 4 - SOLD

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#8 Yellow 83%
Jupiter – Penetrate and darken atmospheric currents containing low-hue blue tones. Enhance orange and red features of the belts and zones. Useful for studies of the polar regions.

#21 Orange 46%

Moon – Greatly enhances lunar features. Jupiter – Improves appearance and detail revealed in structure of Jovian belts. Enhances viewing of festoons and polar regions. Saturn – Improves structure of the Saturnian bands and highlights blue polar regions. Venus – Use during daylight observing to reduce brightness of blue sky.

POLARIZING

Reduces reflected polarized light in the earth’s atmosphere. Moon & Planets – Invaluable in reducing irradiation and glare. Binary Stars – Helpful in splitting binary stars, because it reduces glare and diffraction effects around the brighter star of the binary pair.


#96ND 13% T – Density 0.9

Moon – Excellent for reducing irradiation, glare and subject brightness. Colors are unaltered, as light is transmitted uniformly over the entire spectrum. Binary Stars – Helpful in splitting binary stars, because it reduces glare and diffraction effects around the brighter star of the binary pair.

These filters come in their own individual cases. They are in very good shape.

I am selling the set for $29 which includes shipping in the 48 States.






 

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