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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #284981

For Sale: Sold! Antares Optics Secondary Telescope Mirror

Ad No.: 284981
Seller: Antares Optics
Price: $259.99
S & H: Buyer pays shipping
Payment: PayPal, Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders
Posted: 7/15/2004 6:22 AM
Location: 261 David Parkway
Ontario, NY - United States
Phone: 585-265-4820 or 585-233-1029
Ad Hits: 329
A brand new Antares Optics 2.60"
Fully Certified Secondary Elliptical Diagonal Telescope Mirror!

2.60" 1/30(.035)wave PV, & 1/200(.005)RMS!
Tested & Certified at 100% aperture.
Reg. $259.99, on sale for $239.99! On Astromart Only!
Zygo GPI interferogram included.

All standard size mirrors are in stock, available immediately.
1.30" 1.52" 1.83" 2.14" 2.60" 3.10" 3.50" 4.00" or 4.250"
Price list can be found on our website. Please inquire on availability of specific surface accuracy.

Enhanced aluminum coating, better than 96% reflectance over full visual spectrum, and peek, 98% at the midrange of 550 NM at a 45 degree angle of incidence! Using E beam deposition, with ion assist. Coating certification included.

Made of the highest quality fine annealed, low expansion Pyrex substrate! Each part is individually inspected, tested and certified at 100% clear aperture! (Quartz substrate also available, please inquire)

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

Paypal, Credit Card, Money Order, or Check. Thank you, and clear skies!
Antares Optics USA.
315-524-8211 or

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