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Explore Scientific CLS Nebula Filter 1.25''

Explore Scientific CLS Nebula Filter 1.25"£44.00

Standing for "City Light Suppression", the Explore Scientific 1.25" CLS Nebula Filter is not just for observing nebulous objects, as it lets a broader swathe of wavelengths through to the observer than either the OIII or UHC Explore Scientific filters do.

Explore Scientific UHC Nebula Filter 1.25''

Explore Scientific UHC Nebula Filter 1.25"£44.00

More versatile than the OIII filter, the Explore Scientific 1.25" UHC Nebula Filter will work on a broader range of nebulous objects, due to its dual peaks in transmissions on both broader OIII lines and Hydrogen wavelengths

Explore Scientific O-III Nebula Filter 1.25''

Explore Scientific O-III Nebula Filter 1.25"£57.00

Observing difficult, dim Deep Sky targets like Planetary Nebulae and certain supernovae remnants, such as the Veil Nebula in Cygnus from light poluted environments can be a very tricky business. This is where the Explore Scientific 1.25" O-III Nebula Filter shows its strengths.

Explore Scientific CLS Nebula Filter 2''

Explore Scientific CLS Nebula Filter 2"£66.00

Standing for "City Light Suppression", the Explore Scientific 2" CLS Nebula Filter is not just for observing nebulous objects, as it lets a broader swathe of wavelengths through to the observer than either the OIII or UHC Explore Scientific filters do.

Explore Scientific UHC Nebula Filter 2''

Explore Scientific UHC Nebula Filter 2"£66.00

More versatile than the OIII filter, the Explore Scientific 2" UHC Nebula Filter will work on a broader range of nebulous objects, due to its dual peaks in transmissions on both broader OIII lines and Hydrogen wavelengths

Explore Scientific H-Beta Nebula Filter 1.25''

Explore Scientific H-Beta Nebula Filter 1.25"£76.00

The Explore Scientific H-beta filter uses a characteristic property of the so called emission nebulae. Those objects glow in special colors, the so called emission lines. Those emission lines are linked to chemical elements - in this case hydrogen.

Explore Scientific O-III Nebula Filter 2''

Explore Scientific O-III Nebula Filter 2"£83.00

Observing difficult, dim Deep Sky targets like Planetary Nebulae and certain supernovae remnants, such as the Veil Nebula in Cygnus from light poluted environments can be a very tricky business.

 

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