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Solarscope: Standard

# 2903400

€ 65.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 54.62

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  • Good-value projection telescope for absolutely safe solar observation of sun and sunspots in small groups
  • Allows observation of sun spots, solar flares, limb darkening of the sun, partial solar eclipses and transits of Mercury and Venus
  • Ease to use, fast and simple alignment for solar observation
  • An excellent instructional measuring instrument: Standard-Version - Everything for safe solar observation and photography Everything for safe solar observation and photography in Whitelight and H-alpha

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Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2903400
EAN Code 4047825007988
Net weight (kg) 1
Usage Visual solar observation for small groups
AstroSolar Film No Film – solar image is projected
Filter mounted? Yes
Solar Wavelength Whitelight (integral light)
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Les 314/11/2019 11/11/201917:10
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My favourite solar telescope
I bought two of these for solar eclipse / transit watching with my children and have seen the transit of mercury from a professional observatory in Georgia (Europe). When the oil ran out in the generators, the telescopes were closed down and I got the only transit picture from the national observatory of Abastumani! In Turkey, I was invited to view a £6000 hydrogen alpha telescope as the eclipse started - look! There are four sunspots!! No I said, looking at my £40 cardboard telescope, there are 6 sunspots - there were indeed - sometimes simplicity in the optical pathway leads to clearer images. Every year for over a decade I instructed my Science and Society class in the Kilkenny Baha'i Summer School to observe the sun with their own eyes - through this marvelous little wonder that is a small but very accurate lens / mirror and a projection telescope that folds to a pizza box. Its traveled the world and just captured a Mercury Transit 11/11/19. Brilliant.
  • Portability, price, lens accuracy, simplicity, value for money
  • It does not like rain
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