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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #187521

For Sale: 1.5 inch Elliptical Secondary Telescope Mirror

Ad No.: 187521
Seller: Antares Optics
Posted: 4/24/2003 12:55 PM
Location: 261 David Parkway
Ontario, NY - United States
Phone: 585-265-4820 or 585-233-1029
Ad Hits: 466
For Sale: A brand new Antares Optics 1.5" certified elliptical secondary telescope mirror. Flatness 1/20(.046)wave PV(peek to valley) and 1/110(.009)wave RMS! 40/20 clean. Zygo GPI interferometer certification included! Enhanced aluminum coating, with 98% reflectance. Using E beam deposition, with ion assist. Coating curve certification as well.

This item can be substituted with a 1.3", 1.8", or 2.1" mirror with either 1/14, 1/15, 1/18 or 1/20 wave certified optics, (interferogram and coating curve included) The cost is less expensive for a less radically accurate mirror. State your requirements. We'll give you an excellent price for any mirror we have in stock!

Made of the highest quality fine annealed, low expansion Pyrex substrate. Each part is individually inspected and certified!!

Please note: sizes 2.14" and over are not a stock item." So please contact us to check on availability.)

The retail price for this mirror is $89.99 On sale for $69.99 here on Astromart only! Paypal would work best! Thank you, and clear skies! Mannie.
Antares Optics.


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