- Orion's Oxygen-III (O-III) eyepiece filter reveals wondrous details when viewing cloudy nebulas
- Filter transmits close to 90% of the light corresponding to 2 oxygen-III spectral lines at 496nm and 501nm for enhanced nebula detail in visual views
- Completely blocks virtually all other visible wavelengths of light so views of nebulas are optimized
- Eyepiece filter features high quality optical glass in a double-threaded, anodized aluminum cell
- Recommended for use with telescopes of 8" aperture or greater for best results and for visual use only
Orion Oxygen-III Nebula Filter - 1.25" Round MountedYou can't turn up the luminosity on nebulas, but you can crank up the contrast between them and the sky to reveal more of their wondrous detail. Our Oxygen-III telescope filter provides extremely selective filtration to bring out elusive detail in diffuse and planetary nebulas. It does so by transmitting close to 90% of the light corresponding to the two oxygen-III spectral lines at 496nm and 501nm while completely blocking virtually all other wavelengths.
The results are remarkable. You'll see more detail than you ever could before in nebular gems such as the Swan, Ring, Dumbbell, Helix, and Eagle, to name a few. The O-III provides an even greater contrast boost on some objects than the UltraBlock narrowband telescope filter. And for nebulas, every little bit helps! Try the Oxygen-III telescope filter with a low-power 2" telescope eyepiece and take in the whole Veil Nebula. Wow!
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Please, send to me the transmission spectral curve of this filter.
Hello Medo, I have posted a link below with the information about the band pass. This is on Orion's website. http://www.telescope.com/catalog/search.cmd?form_state=searchForm&siteCode=US&keyword=05581