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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #293560

For Sale: Antares Optics Secondary Diagonal Telescope Mirror

Ad No.: 293560
Seller: Antares Optics
S & H: Buyer pays shipping
Payment: PayPal, Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders
Posted: 8/27/2004 2:48 PM
Location: 261 David Parkway
Ontario, NY - United States
Phone: 585-265-4820 or 585-233-1029
Ad Hits: 30
A selection of brand new Antares Optics Fully Certified Secondary Elliptical Diagonal Telescope Mirrors!
In stock, & available immediately.

1.30" 1/20 wave PV $79.99
1.52" 1/20 wave PV $99.99
1.83" 1/20 wave PV $129.99
2.14" 1/20 wave PV $199.99
2.60" 1/20 wave PV $229.99
3.10" 1/20 wave PV $259.99
3.50" 1/20 wave PV $349.99
4.00" 1/20 wave PV $399.99

Zygo GPI interferogram and coating curve certification included.

Enhanced aluminum coating, better than 96% reflectance over full visual spectrum, and peek, 98% at the midrange of 550 NM! Using E beam deposition, with ion assist.

Made of the highest quality fine annealed, low expansion Pyrex substrate. Each part is individually inspected, tested and certified at 100% clear aperture. Fused Silica also available in some sizes.
(2.14" - 4.00")

Antares Optics is your resource for Ultra Precision Mirrors, Prisms & Custom Optical Components.

Paypal, Credit Card, Money Order, or Check.
Thank you, & clear skies!
Frederick Koch
Antares Optics USA.

315-524-8211 or

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