Astronomik H-Beta Filter - 1.25" Round Mounted
Astronomik 1.25-inch H-beta Visual Filter
The Astronomik H-beta is a filter for visual observation, in particular with instruments of larger aperture. It lets the light of the H-beta emission line pass nearly unhindered and blocks the remaining spectral range to the extent that the eye is dark adapted. By the use of the Astronomik H-beta filter, the contrast is increased so strongly, that even the observation of the Horse Head Nebulae with telescopes of 10-inch - 12-inch reaches the realm of the possible.
The optimal aperture ratio for the use of the filter is 1:4 to 1:6. The Astronomik H-beta filter will allow you to view large objects, in the whole field of view of the eyepiece, even when using wide-angle eyepieces - not only in the center of the eyepiece. This filter should be used on telescopes with a diameter of 8-inch (200 mm) or larger. Smaller instruments do not gather enough light for meaningful and satisfying astronomical work. Due to the high optical quality of the Astronomik H-beta filter substrate you will see the same needle-sharp stars as you would from your regular telescope.
Astronomik 1.25-inch H-beta Visual Filter Features
- Transmission of nearly 100-percent of the H-beta line complete blocking of all disturbing wavelengths
- Main operational use: Hydrogen Nebulae No moisture (humidity) sensitivity, no aging, and totally scratch-proof
- Excellent carrier material - substrate is optically polished. The optical performance (resolution and contrast) of your telescope is not reduced in any way by the filter.
- Parfocal with other Astronomik filters
- Glass thickness: 1 mm
- Completely resistant against high humidity, scratches and aging effects
- Diffraction limited, the filter will not reduce the optical performance of your telescope!
- Astronomik filters are delivered in a high-quality, long lasting, filter box
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what is the FWHM of this filter (12nM)?
The FWHM is around 13-15nm based on the bandpass graph that Astronomik publishes for this filter.