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Focal Reducer Benefits Category: Maximizing Viewing Success
Posted on May 5, 2011, 1:23 pm Author: Jen Winter
Our experience with eyepiece mounted focal reducers.
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Tagged Keywords: reducer, length, focal reducer, eyepiece, dawes, limit, sharpness, focal

Eyepiece Selection Category: Maximizing Viewing Success
Posted on Apr 22, 2011, 12:26 am Author: Jen Winter
Click to Enlarge! Wide field eyepieces work better with DayStar Fitlers
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Tagged Keywords: plossl, Eyepiece, selection, length, choice, performance, contrast, observing, viewing, solar, hydrogen, daystar, focal

About Seeing Limitations and Resolution Category: Maximizing Viewing Success
Posted on Apr 21, 2011, 11:16 pm Author: Jen Winter
Daytime Solar seeing issues vary greatly from nighttime issues. Special consideration should be taken to maximize performance
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Tagged Keywords: observing, alpha, Seeing, limitations, limited, maximum, aperture, solar, viewing, sun, hydrogen

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