It’s been a long day of taking in the Sun’s rays! The prominences have been glorious, the hot spots sizzling- but now the Sun is getting low and it is finally about time to pack away your Solar scope for the day.
Or is it? Luckily for you, you have one of Lunt’s new Universal Day or Night Telescopes, your viewing session is not over yet!
But wait- your telescope is in its hydrogen alpha mode – so how do you convert it for night time usage – or even for another wavelength?. Is it difficult? Does it take a long time?
Actually, it’s straightforward, easy, and doesn’t take long at all, as this short two minute video from the Lunt team of the process attests.
The sun is more active than its been in years! If you’d like to learn more the technology behind solar observing, solar imaging and more, you can check out our free publication, “The Definitive Guide to Viewing and Imaging the Sun”. You don’t have to sign up or provide any information, simply click here and enjoy reading!