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How to configure a DayStar on a refractor Category: Configuring Your DayStar Filter
Posted on Jun 27, 2012, 11:57 am Author: Jen Winter
Refractor owners may choose between the front mount ERF and the rear mounted ERF.
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Tagged Keywords: Rejection, UV/IR, Configuration, Refractor, mount, ERF

How does the DayStar Mount on an LX-200 Category: Configuring Your DayStar Filter
Posted on Apr 22, 2011, 12:14 am Author: Jen Winter
How exactly does the DayStar mount on my SCT?
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Tagged Keywords: configuration, SCT, LX 200, Telescope, mount, solar, filter, daystar, adapter, T thread, snout

SCT Telescopes - ERF and Aperture Reduction Category: Configuring Your DayStar Filter
Posted on Apr 20, 2011, 4:48 pm Author: Jen Winter
Aperture reduction and Energy Rejection Filters for your SCT Telescopes
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Tagged Keywords: telescope, SCT, DayStar Filter, Off axis, Aperture, Reduction, LX200, reflector, DayStar, Hydrogen Alpha, Halpha

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