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Meade White Light Glass Solar Filter for 175 mm - 180 mm OD Optical Tubes

Meade 7.12" Glass White Light Solar Filter for Polaris 127 - 629005

SKU: MEA-629005
  • Filtering Wavelength: White Light
  • White Light Solar Filter Material: Glass
  • Minimum Inside Diameter of Filter: 6.77" (172 mm)
  • Filter Maximum Outside Diameter: 7" (177 mm)
$109.00
Meade 7.5" Glass White Light Solar Filter

Meade 7.5" Glass White Light Solar Filter - 629006

SKU: MEA-629006
  • Filtering Wavelength: White Light
  • White Light Solar Filter Material: Glass
  • Minimum Inside Diameter of Filter: 7.12" (181 mm)
  • Filter Maximum Outside Diameter: 7.36" (187 mm)
$127.00

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Our assortment of solar gear includes something for everyone. When you want something as simple as solar eclipse glasses or something as advanced as an h-alpha solar imaging system, we’ve got you covered! Our solar experts are standing by to help you find the solar filters for telescopes and solar telescopes you need. Order the telescope solar filters you need online at High Point Scientific.

We offer an assortment of solar viewing accessories to suit your needs. Whether you are a seasoned solar astronomer or would like to gaze upon a solar eclipse for the first time, we have you covered. Solar glasses are the most popular solar viewing accessory among amateur enthusiasts. They are inexpensive and come in cardboard or plastic for reinforced durability. High Point Scientific carries many accessories to outfit your nighttime viewing telescope for solar observations, including filters, wedges, eyepieces, and even solar film, so you can customize your own equipment.

You can outfit your solar telescope with two kinds of solar filters: white light or hydrogen-alpha. Accessories with white light filters transmit the entire visible spectrum of light but restrict it to a level that makes observing safe. H-alpha filters, on the other hand, transmit only the H-alpha line of light from the visible spectrum. H-alpha filters tend to produce more clear, detailed images and are a favorite among astrophotographers.

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