Orion 4.30" Inside Diameter Full Aperture Telescope Solar Filter

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About Orion

The Orion 4.30" ID Full Aperture Telescope Solar Filter delivers superb views of the Sun, without risk to your eyes. While more expensive than Mylar filters, Orion solar filter provides better contrast, a more natural yellow-orange-color rather than blue-and are more durable. It is ideal for photographing the Sun too. The glass elements are machine-polished and triple-coated with an advanced nickel-chromium stainless steel alloy for a scratch-resistant surface.

The filter passes only a fraction of the incoming light, rejecting harmful ultraviolet and infrared radiation. Each filter is mounted in an aluminum cell that slide-fits over the front of your telescope. The filter will fit diameters up to 1/4" smaller with foam tape liner supplied.

Orion Features

  • A must-have for safely observing the sun without damaging your eyes
  • Optical glass filter fits snugly over your telescope's aperture to block 99.9% of incoming sunlight
  • Glass elements are machine-polished and triple-coated with nickel-chromium stainless steel
  • Filter is mounted in an aluminum cell and supplied with foam tape liner
  • Fits Orion ShortTube 90 and Transporter

Orion Specifications

Size
4.30"
Fits
Orion Transporter 70, GoScope 70, ShortTube 90
Glass elements
Machine-polished and triple-coated with nickel-chromium stainless steel
Warranty
Orion warranty
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Shopper  I have a 102 mm Celestron refractor telescope. Is this the right sise of the filter for me?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, this filter is not compatible with your 'scope. This filter is for Orion Optics model telescopes (Orion Transporter 70, GoScope 70, ShortTube 90).
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