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Dec 04, 2017 07:11 as a reply to post 18510117 |  #16

Seems to me with all the wealth of info you have gathered on different forums and here that You shouldn’t have to keep asking for help . All the info that Davenn has helped you with is correct but you still feel your findings are better so myself i think you should just buy your own findings and stop wasting time continuing to ask Davenn on and on about more info . If your going to do something just do it and stop wasting time dragging on topics .




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Dec 04, 2017 10:34 |  #17

Celestron wrote in post #18510145 (external link)
Seems to me with all the wealth of info you have gathered on different forums and here that You shouldn’t have to keep asking for help . All the info that Davenn has helped you with is correct but you still feel your findings are better so myself i think you should just buy your own findings and stop wasting time continuing to ask Davenn on and on about more info . If your going to do something just do it and stop wasting time dragging on topics .

Ok, thanks!

And i am very sorry for asking too much, i apologize.


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Dec 05, 2017 00:43 |  #18

Tareq wrote in post #18510117 (external link)
Ok, i looked at this lnk, and it is showing Ha or Calcium filters and sure expensive, but i wasn't talking about those, i was talking about NB filters.

https://optcorp.com ...h-alpha-calcium-k-filters (external link)


One more time
well this is a solar thread and the talk IS ABOUT solar filters, but you still seem to ignore what I have been trying to teach you

Read this VERY CLEARLY

Deep space filters CANNOT be used for solar filters
Solar filters CANNOT be used for deep space filters


And here is narrowbanding filters

https://optcorp.com ...ctions/narrowband-filters (external link)

So if i am so confusing or lacking of knowledge then please tell those sites and stores to stop giving us wrong knowledge, and better you start a store so i can buy from you the right/correct items, or say the right category, and again, i wasn't trying to make you wrong, but all that confusing from me is to correct myself, and you did, but i just follow the sites naming, and the Ha filter i have is not narrow banding then they misled me.

Thanks again.


That link is for deep space filters and tho they are called narrow band filters and for optical deep space use, they are reasonably narrow band.
But again, they are VERY wide band compared to solar filters
They are also VERY cheap in comparison to solar filters

the stores there ARE NOT giving incorrect information ... you are just not understanding the difference


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Dec 05, 2017 06:58 |  #19

Davenn wrote in post #18510889 (external link)
One more time
well this is a solar thread and the talk IS ABOUT solar filters, but you still seem to ignore what I have been trying to teach you

Read this VERY CLEARLY

Deep space filters CANNOT be used for solar filters
Solar filters CANNOT be used for deep space filters

That link is for deep space filters and tho they are called narrow band filters and for optical deep space use, they are reasonably narrow band.
But again, they are VERY wide band compared to solar filters
They are also VERY cheap in comparison to solar filters

the stores there ARE NOT giving incorrect information ... you are just not understanding the difference

Dave

Ok, thanks!


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Dec 05, 2017 13:45 |  #20

Wow. That is gorgeous! Very nice work!


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