Spectrum Telescope (ST950G1) GLASS Solar Filter Fits: Celestron: C8 / Newt.; Newstar 8'' Dobsonians; Orion: SkyQuest XT8, Atlas 8, SkyView Pro 8, Orion Sky Watcher


Spectrum Telescope (ST950G1) GLASS Solar Filter Fits: Celestron: C8 / Newt.; Newstar 8'' Dobsonians; Orion: SkyQuest XT8, Atlas 8, SkyView Pro 8, Orion Sky Watcher by Spectrum Telescope at Toni Lynn Photography. MPN: ST9312G1. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. How do I determine the size of filter to order? Spectrum Telescope filters slip over the sky end of the optical tube of the telescope. To get the proper fit, measure the outer diameter by using a caliper, ruler, or tape measure. Measure the widest distance of the telescope end starting from the exterior of the casing, across the center and to the exterior part of the casing of the other side. After you have your measurements, you should order a size larger than what you measured. This is because


Spectrum Telescope (ST950G1) GLASS Solar Filter Fits: Celestron: C8 / Newt.; Newstar 8'' Dobsonians; Orion: SkyQuest XT8, Atlas 8, SkyView Pro 8, Orion Sky Watcher by Spectrum Telescope
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How do I determine the size of filter to order? Spectrum Telescope filters slip over the sky end of the optical tube of the telescope. To get the proper fit, measure the outer diameter by using a caliper, ruler, or tape measure. Measure the widest distance of the telescope end starting from the exterior of the casing, across the center and to the exterior part of the casing of the other side. After you have your measurements, you should order a size larger than what you measured. This is because your measurement is being compared with the solar filter ID (inside diameter). For instance: If you measure 4″ across the optical tube end needs a 4.25" size solar filter. This will make it just a little bigger than the measurement you took. Your O.D. Measurement: 9 1/8" (232mm) to 9 3/8" (238mm) ST950G This 9.50" (241mm) Glass Solar Filter is compatible with Meade's:  LX90 8"  LX200 8"  LightSwitch 8"  LX70 8" telescope.

Features & Highlights

  • Your O.D. Measurement: 9 1/8" (232mm) to 9 3/8" (238mm)
  • Fits: Celestron: C8 / Newt.; Newstar 8" Dobsonians; Orion: SkyQuest XT8, Atlas 8, SkyView Pro 8, Orion Sky Watcher
  • iew the sun with your own eyes. See sun spots, solar eclipses, Eclipse viewing
  • I have been building and developing safe solar filters for over 20 years.

Additional Information

Brand:
Spectrum Telescope
Manufacturer:
SPECTRUM TELESCOPE
Category:
Filters
MPN:
ST9312G1
Part Number:
ST9312G1
Publisher:
SPECTRUM TELESCOPE
Binding:
Electronics

 


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