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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #240405

For Sale: For Sale: 8" f/7.6 High Quality Mirror: Strehl Ratio:.994, P-V:1/22.49

Ad No.: 240405
Seller: Optic Wave Labs
Posted: 1/6/2004 10:33 PM
Location: 11358 Amalgam Way #2
Rancho Cordova, CA - United States
Phone: (916) 671-5962
Ad Hits: 775
Another high quality mirror from our workshop. This is just the item you need for that cloudy winter night project. Start building your planetary scope now!.

Description: 8" f/7.6

Mirror Thickness 1.375"
Clear Aperature 7.875"
ROC 120"
Focal Length 60"
F ratio 7.61

Test Results
RMS Wavefront Error 1/166.67
P-V WaveFront Error 1/22.49
Strehl Ratio 0.994
Encircled Energy Ratio 0.995
Test Wavelength 635 nm
Analysis Wavelength 550 nm
Design Conic -1.00

Price: $500.00 with standard coatings. Enhanced coatings available for additional charge. Complementary shipping within the continental USA.

Email for further information. Inquiry’s regarding other sizes & f-ratios welcome!

Cary Chleborad

P.S. Act now if you want this mirror - they go FAST!

Words from a recent mirror customer:

"I've had the mirror out for a few nights now, and all I can say is WOW! Last night was the first really clear night since I installed the mirror (we've been getting some early evening fog-- marine layer-- the last week). After a proper cool down the view of Mars was more than I could have hoped for! I'm sure my wife heard the audible gasp from the backyard. Until now I've never considered doing any sketching of Mars. But there's so much detail now, I owe it to myself. I can't wait for Jupiter & Saturn (at a reasonable hour). Plus, It splits the Double-Double in Lyra at the lowest power I've ever seen. Thanks again for all your help.
John Theios"

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