The Daystar 60mm Solar Scout telescope has proven to be very popular. So popular that amateur astronomers are having to react quickly to get their hands on one.
These hi-performing narrow, ‘doublestack’ bandpass H alpha solar telescopes are priced at $795US, making them an extreme value as a way to get into solar observing.
The base Daystar 60mm Solar Scout Telescope package offers:
– Achromat Doublet 60mm refractor
– Prominence or Chromosphere model no extra cost
– Carbon Fiber Optical Tube
– Interchangable Quark can be moved to other instruments for different magnifications
– Swap filter(s) for different bandpass views
– Helical Front-end Focus with fine precision can focus for visual and imaging
– Micro-USB power cable and US wall charger
– Solar Bullet finder projects safely onto white screen.
– Vixen/Photo style mounting foot
– 930mm Effective Focal Length
– 16mm eyepiece aperture.
– Adaptable for 2″ or Camera mount/views
– Always on-band with USB power, 5v 1.5amp
– 110-240VAC wall adapter (Optional 24mAh battery available)
– Tuning knob allows wing shifting +/- 0.5Å
– LED indicator for power, warming, ready, fault
– 5 year warranty
You can learn more about the Daystar 60mm Solar Scout and other Daystar solar products here.
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