The Lumicon 1.33" LumiBrite Secondary Mirror, LD2010, is the same high-quality 1/8th wave mirror that Lumicon uses in its 1.25" LumiBrite Diagonal, the LD1020, and is suitable for use as a secondary mirror in Newtonian telescopes ... Learn More
The Lumicon Utility Tray only for Meade LX90 & LX200 provides a safe method for attaching your Meade LX200 or LX90 telescope to its tripod and helps organize all your accessories in a secure and convenient manner ... Learn More
The LS1070, Lumicon 5 Milliwatt Green Laser Pointer, is perfect for astronomy. Its bright output @ 532nm, 1.1mm diameter beam and 25,000 feet range make it perfect for finding objects in the sky and pointing them out to others ... Learn More
The 1/4-20 x 3/4 Black Nylon Thumbscrews used in the new (2005 and later) 80mm Finder Brackets are almost unbreakable, but Lumicon still gets occasional requests for replacements. The LS2125 is a set of seven (7) 1/4-20 x 3/4 Black Nylon Thumbscrews ... Learn More
Lumicon International offers the best and most extensive line of astronomical filters and astronomical accessories in the world. Astronomy Filters for every imagined visual and astrophotographic application are available in many configurations and sizes. Telescope Filters for light polluted skies, planets, deep sky objects, galaxies, nebulae, planetary nebulae, comets, and solar prominences. All Nebula and light Pollution filter are individually tested and proudly inscribed with the percentage of light transmittance of their primary emission lines.
Lumicon also offers a complete line of unique optical accessories, including the World Famous Easy Guider Series, Sky Vector Systems, Diagonals, Finderscopes, and Binocular Viewers.
To ensure that Lumicon astronomy accessories and astronomy filters remain the World’s Best, the strictest quality control standards are employed throughout the production process. All Lumicon astronomical products are made to the highest standards available and come with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!
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