Meade Instruments 0.5PST Coronado H-Alpha Personal Solar Telescope (Black)


Free Shipping Included! Meade Instruments 0.5PST Coronado H-Alpha Personal Solar Telescope (Black) by Meade Instruments at Telescope Simulator. MPN: 0.5PST. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Personal Solar Telescope (PST) is a Coronado innovation. The world's most popular telescope to observe the Sun. This 40mm diameter highly portable dedicated solar telescope features a superior 0.5 Angstrom bandpass for increased surface detail. Study of the solar disk is now within the reach of the amateur astronomer. The PST will show you the dynamic, ever changing prominences at the edge of the Sun as well as filaments and other surface details in amazing detail, all in the brilliant and d


Meade Instruments 0.5PST Coronado H-Alpha Personal Solar Telescope (Black) by Meade Instruments
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The Personal Solar Telescope (PST) is a Coronado innovation. The world's most popular telescope to observe the Sun. This 40mm diameter highly portable dedicated solar telescope features a superior 0.5 Angstrom bandpass for increased surface detail. Study of the solar disk is now within the reach of the amateur astronomer. The PST will show you the dynamic, ever changing prominences at the edge of the Sun as well as filaments and other surface details in amazing detail, all in the brilliant and distinctive red color of hydrogen-alpha (Ha) light. Features an easy to use built in solar viewfinder, a 40mm diameter dedicated Ha optical system with 40mm external tunable etalon, 30mm internal Etalon primary blocking filter and incorporated focuser and bandpass fine adjustment controls, 400mm focal length, f/10 focal ratio, with Cemax 12mm eyepiece.

Features & Highlights

  • 40mm f/10 H-alpha telescope - 400mm focal length
  • Internal non-removable filtering optics for safe solar viewing
  • 0.5 angstrom hydrogen-alpha (Ha) bandpass
  • The P.S.T. comes with a black 18mm plössl eyepiece. The gold CEMAX eyepieces can be purchased separately.
  • Built in Sol Ranger

Additional Information

Brand:
Meade Instruments
Manufacturer:
Meade
Category:
Telescopes
Color:
Black
Model:
0.5PST
MPN:
0.5PST
Release Date:
2018-12-10
Warranty:
Comes with a 1-year limited warranty
UPC:
709942995121
Part Number:
0.5PST
Publisher:
Meade
Binding:
Electronics
Item Weight:
6 pounds
Item Size:
8 x 11 x 20 inches
Package Weight:
9.75 pounds
Package Size:
15.51 x 12.99 x 19.69 inches

 


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