LUNT 60MM UNIVERSAL DAY&NIGHT TELESCOPE (BASIC PACKAGE)
All Lunt LS60MT Modular Telescopes require a Lunt blocking filter for Day use.
Which blocking filter is right for you?
- B600– for visual use
- B1200 –for larger field of view and imaging applications
The B600 and B1200 Diagonals can be ordered in standard (diagonal) or straight-thru. If you don’t designate which type you want in the notes field of check out, the default order will be for standard.
Tele-Vue Sol Searcher Included with every 60mm Modular Telescope
LS60MT Modular Telescope
The LUNT Solar LS60MT is the smallest and most portable of the new line of modular telescopes. You can enjoy this new versatile 60mm telescope with its new ED Doublet Lens in all our available wavelengths, for a true grab and go scope that will deliver excellent views in all its configurations. The LS60MT Telescope provides stellar Solar Viewing in its default configuration with provided Hydrogen Alpha Module, it’s 60mm aperture allowing the viewer to gaze at the sun with an unobstructed clarity that is unparalleled in the industry.
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Lunt 60MT Starter Package
LS60MT Solar Telescope Specifications: (single stacked)
- Optical Aperture:
- 60mm Hydrogen Alpha,
- 70mm Night Time, Calcium K, White Light, Terrestrial Use
- Etalon: Internal <0.65 Angstrom (<0.5 Double Stacked with 50/60FHa)
- Tuning: Internal Pressure Tune (Doppler True Tuning)
- Focal Length: 420
- F Ratio: F/7
- Lens: ED Doublet, FPL51
- B600 or B1200 Blocking Filter
- Focuser Options:
- 2″ Crayford Focuser with 10:1 reduction
- 2″ Rack & Pinion Focuser with 10:1 reduction
- Includes: Clamshell with 1/4×20 Threading
- Storage: Aluminum finished hard case with fitted foam
- Weight: 7lbs
- Starlight Feather Touch Focuser
- TecnoSky Binoviewer
- 2″ Rack & Pinion Focuser
- Sun Finder: Televue Sol Searcher
- Double Stack Module (LS50FHa and LS60FHa)
- Calcium K Module
- White Light Filter (1.25″ or 2″ Options)
- Standard Night Time Diagonal
The Lunt LS60MT is available for order today.
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