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Lunt - Calcium Module (Ca-K) with B1200 Blocking Filter - in Straight Thru 2" Tube with T2 & 2" connection

Model#: LS12CaKMDs2

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Lunt  -  Calcium Module (Ca-K) with B1200 Blocking Filter  -  in Straight Thru 2" Tube with T2 & 2" connection

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Calcium K (Ca-K) Telescopes and Filters are used to study the wavelength of 393.4nm.  This emission line is one of 2 that are produced by Calcium just at the edge of the visible spectrum in a layer that is slightly lower and cooler than the layer viewed in Hydrogen-alpha. The emission line displays areas of Super Granulation Cells that are brightest and strongest in areas of high magnetic fields such as sunspot activity and active regions. Having the ability to study the Calcium K and the Hydrogen-alpha line provides important insights into the structure, strength, and depth of these active regions.

The Calcium K line is centered at 393.4nm. This wavelength is considered to be slightly outside the visible spectrum on the UV side. While most people can visually see the violet color of the wavelength, many cannot resolve contrast due to yellowing of the cornea.  It is for these reasons that the Ca-K line is studied via the use of cameras which are able to provide stunning details.

This Calcium-K module transforms your normal astronomical telescope into a Ca-K solar telescope. It will be very easy: Put the Ca-K module into the 2" focuser of your telescope, and you are ready for solar observing in the light of the Calcium-K wavelength.
Internal narrowband filters allow for a <2.4 Angstrom bandwidth. The Ca-K wavelength is at the edge of the visible light spectrum for human eyes, so for many people visual observing is difficult. However, all details could be captured photographically. Therefore the Ca-K Module is optimized primarily for imaging.
For telescopes up to 100mm aperture and up to 1080mm focal length. For imaging it will be better to use a bigger Ca-K module.
The Ca-K module is in a straight extension tube, for 2" focuser on the telescope side and with T2 connection and for 1.25" eyepieces on the eyepiece side.
 

  

 



 Included:

  • Ca-K module in straight extension tube for 2" focuser 
    • With integrated blocking filter B1200 for telescopes up to 1080mm focal length
  • For Telescopes up to 100mm Aperture and 1200mm Focal Length 

           

 

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Calcium K (Ca-K) Telescopes and Filters are used to study the wavelength of 393.4nm. This emission line is one of two that are produced by Calcium just at the edge of the visible spectrum in a layer that is slightly lower and cooler than the layer viewed in Hydrogen-alpha. The emission line displays areas of Super Granulation Cells that are brightest and strongest in areas of high magnetic fields such as sunspot activity and active regions. Having the ability to study the Calcium K and the Hydrogen-alpha line provides important insights into the structure, strength, and depth of these active regions.

The Calcium K line is centered at 393.4nm. This wavelength is considered to be slightly outside the visible spectrum on the UV side. While most people can visually see the violet color of the wavelength, many cannot resolve the contrast due to yellowing of the cornea. People who have had cataract surgery are often able to see considerable detail. But, it is for these reasons that the Ca-K line is typically studied via the use of cameras which are able to provide stunning details.

Internal narrowband filters allow for a <2.4 Angstrom bandpass. Primarily an imaging system due to the difficulty of many to visually see everything that CaK has to offer.

Additional Information

Name Lunt - Calcium Module (Ca-K) with B1200 Blocking Filter - in Straight Thru 2" Tube with T2 & 2" connection
Manufacturer Lunt Solar Systems
Model LS12CaKMDs2