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TS Optics 1.25" Colour Filter - Green #56



13,90 EUR
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TS Optics 1.25" Colour Filter - Green #56
Enhances contrast on Moon and Details on Planets

TS Green #56

TS Optics colour filters offer an improved contrast when viewing the moon and the planets. Each filter works out specific details by permitting only specific parts of the visual spectrum. As a result the contrast of these details is boosted for better visibility.

Quality features of the TS Optics Colour Filters:

-- the filter housing is made of metal and as thin as possible to avoid vignetting.
-- the glass used in our filters is very homogenous and parallel
-- we promise a very good image quality!
-- filter threads on both sides allow you to combine different filters. For example, a blue filter and a yellow filter combined resemble a green filter.

Range of application:

-- Minimum aperture 60 mm
-- Important universal contrast filter
-- Drastically boosts contrast on the Moon - better contrast even far off the terminator - suitable for low magnifications
-- This filter is especially effective on Jupiter, revealing the famous Great Red Spot and other reddish details in the Jovian atmosphere.
-- White spots in Saturn's atmosphere are enhanced in telescopes of 200 mm aperture or larger


-- Well-suited for observing Venus in telescopes of 150mm aperture or larger. It makes the dark clouds in Venus' atmosphere visible.
-- Boosts structures in Saturn's rings
-- You may also use this filter on Mercury under good seeing conditions in large telescopes.

Combine several colour filters to get even further colour shades:

Each of the 14 different 1.25" colour filters has a different effect on the image. As a result different filters are used for viewing different details of a planet. By combining two filters you can get additional colour shades. For example, a blue filter and a yellow filter combined resemble a green filter with a different shade than the normal green filter.

In the "User report" section below is a list of the various available filters with examples for their use. Under "Recommended Accessories" you can find the other filters from our product range.

TS Optics colour filters offer an improved contrast when viewing the moon and the planets. Each filter works out specific details by permitting only specific parts of the visual spectrum. As a result the contrast of these details is boosted for better visibility.

Specifications:

-- polished and parallel surfaces
-- anti reflective coating
-- homogenous glass
-- 1.25" filter thread on both sides

Scope of delivery:


Each TS Optics 1.25" colour filter comes with a plastic storage case for dust protection.

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Here is experience from many years of astronomical practice:

Colour Recommended minimum aperture Recommended for use on...
Light Yellow #8 50mm Aperture Moon, Mars, comets
You can reduce false colour in Fraunhofer refractors.
A nice universal contrast filter, even for small aperture telescopes
Yellow-Green #11 60mm Aperture Well suited for observations of Jupiter and Saturn. Reveals atmospheric structures even in small aperture telescopes.
Yellow #12 80mm Aperture Enhances contrast on the moon
Reveals surface details and clouds on Mars
Enhances cloud structures on Jupiter (especially the Great Red Spot)
Can be used in double star observations with refractors - reduces false colour in Fraunhofer refractors
Dark Yellow #15 114mm Aperture Similar to yellow, suitable for bigger aperture telescopes
Removes false colour in Fraunhofer refractors
Enhances the contrast of structures on Saturn
Orange #21 80mm Aperture Enhances contrast in daytime and twilight observations (Venus, Mercury) by suppressing the blue light
Reveals details on Mars (in larger aperture telescopes)
Further details in Jupiter's and Saturn's atmosphere are revealed
You may try spotting atmospheric structures on Uranus with large aperture telescopes.
Light Red #23A 60mm Aperture For very high contrast on the Moon - suitable for small aperture telescopes
This filter is used when observing the polar ice caps on Mars (100mm aperture and larger).
Separates the polar regions of Saturn from the equator region
Well suited for Venus by blocking the blue daylight. The sky appears black.
Red #25 80mm Aperture Similar to light red, suitable for telescopes of 100mm aperture and larger
Enhances details on Mars
Dark Red #29 120mm Aperture Similar to light red, suitable for telescopes of 150mm aperture and larger. This filter will make for an extreme contrast.
Light Blue #82A 50mm Aperture An important universal contrast filter for all telescopes, similar to light yellow. It brings along a gain in contrast on many objects within our solar system.
Blue #80A 70mm Aperture

General contrast gain on the moon, off its terminator
Enhances contrast in Jupiter's and Saturn's cloud bands
Enhances surface details on Mars
In large aperture telescopes you may see cloud details on Venus.
Good comet filter - boosts contrast in the comet's tail

Dark Blue #38A 100mm Aperture Similar to blue, suited for telescopes of 150mm aperture or larger
Violet #47 120mm Aperture

Well-suited for observing Venus in telescopes of 150mm aperture or larger. It makes the dark clouds in Venus' atmosphere visible.
Boosts structures in Saturn's rings
You may also use this filter on Mercury under good seeing conditions in large telescopes.

Green #56 60mm Aperture An important universal contrast filter
Drastically boosts contrast on the Moon - better contrast even far off the terminator - suitable for low magnifications
This filter is especially effective on Jupiter, revealing the famous Great Red Spot and other reddish details in the Jovian atmosphere.
White spots in Saturn's atmosphere are enhanced in telescopes of 200mm aperture or larger
Dark Green #58 120mm Aperture Similar to green, but suitable for telescopes of 150mm aperture or larger

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