Celestron Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25")

Celestron Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25")

Celestron Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25")

B&H # CE94310 MFR # 94310
Celestron Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25")

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  • Fits Most 1.25" Astronomical Eyepieces
  • Anti-Reflection Multi-Coated Surfaces
  • Specifically Designed for Mars Viewing
  • Combination Red/Blue Planetary Filter
  • Reduces Glare and Light-Scattering
  • Improves Contrast/Definition/Resolution
  • Glass Filter, Anodized Aluminum Frame
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Made to fit most 1.25" eyepieces and accessories, Celestron specifically designed their Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter to selectively pass the ideal wavelengths for viewing the red planet. By combining the best properties of red and blue planetary filters, users will be able to view the polar ice caps and meridian details that used to require two different filters and the need to switch them out. Using this filter reduces glare and light-scattering while improving contrast, definition, and resolution. Engineered for durability and a long life, the filter is made of multi-coated glass with an anodized aluminum frame.

UPC: 050234943109
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Celestron Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25")
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    Celestron 94310 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.0 x 3.0 x 0.5"

    Celestron 94310 reviews

    Mars Observing Eyepiece Filter (1.25") is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Functional, but not too useful Spent some time with this filter at the max Opposition in the last week, and while it does help with the viewing, it does not really make me want to use it much. Seeing was great the best night, but this filter simply turns everything one color that allows a bit of texture to be seen, better than a simply bright planet, but I had expected better. Now with the noted dust storms this week on Mars, it may not all be the filter's cause......so there is yet hope. But based on use to date, all I can say is don't get your hopes up for a great view. Used on a Sky-watcher 190 Mak-Newt, relatively low power eyepiece.
    Date published: 2018-08-04
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