Baader Astro Solar Safety Film 100x50cm
Baader Astro Solar Safety Film 100x50cm Telescope Quality, ND=5.0.
Baader Planetarium's AstroSolar™ Safety Film delivers white light views of the Sun that are unmatched by any other objective solar filter or material. The views through AstroSolar display fine solar details, including fine penumbral detail, solar granulation, and lighter colored faculae. The disk is set against a dark background, free of the haze and scatter that is common in typical 'mylar' films or inexpensive glass filters. The performance of AstroSolar is even more remarkable when considering its very low cost. We even have sizes large enough for producing full-aperture filters for very large telescopes. When combined with Baader's tips for a simple do-it-yourself filter mount, anyone can construct a complete low cost - High Quality - white light solar filter for any telescope.
It is possible to further improve the stability and sharpness of the solar image through the use of the Baader Solar Continuum Filter. Views of granulation and faculae are particularly enhanced through the use of this filter, in combination with AstroSolar. Users of achromatic refractors will be particularly pleased with the performance using this additional filter.
*Baader AstroSolar products are appropriately certified for the European Standard for personal eye equipment (EN 1836:2005+A1:2007) and CE certified.
Baader Planetarium is a renowned manufacturer of high-quality astronomical equipment such as telescope and camera adapters, filters, eyepieces, and laser collimators. Their products are distinguished by their exceptional quality and innovation, which has earned them the admiration of both amateur and professional astronomers.
Their unwavering commitment to providing outstanding customer service and support has helped them establish a loyal customer base worldwide.
With a team of skilled engineers and technicians, Baader Planetarium continues to pioneer new and innovative products that cater to the evolving needs of the astronomy community.