Safety Film, Sun Finder, Herschelprism, Lunt Solarsystems...
W A R N I N G
Looking at or near the Sun will cause instant and irreversible damage to your eyes, including blindness. Eye damage is often painless, so there is no warning to the observer that damage has occurred until it is too late. Do not point a telescope or its viewfinder at or near the Sun. Do not look through a telescope or its viewfinder as it is moving.
The full aperture of any instrument that is pointed at the sun must be covered with a proper solar filter or filter/mask combination.
Children and Visitors should be supervised by an adult at all times when partaking in solar observation. Otherwise, keep solar equipment out of a child's and visitors reach to avoid accidental injury.
Please read all manuals before use!
- AstroSolar® Safety Film visual & photo
- Herschel Prism
- Contrast Filters
- Sun Finder (universal, Telrad, Vixen)
- D-ERF Energy Rejetion Filter
- H-alpha & Calcium Filter/Telescopes from Lunt Solarsystems (-> Telescopes/Refractors)
Find the correct AstroSolar® Filter for your telescope
So you can easily find a suitable solar filter for your instrument, we implemented a tool which automatically selects the correct Baader Solar Filter for your instrument. Simply click on the left image and the tool will open in a popup-window (you maybe have to make an exception for AstroSolar.com in your Popup-blocker). After filter selection you'll be directed back to our shop.