Celestron EclipSmart Solar Filter for PowerSeeker 60AZ and 60EQ Telescopes

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470348-518EA 27.6 USD
Celestron EclipSmart Solar Filter for PowerSeeker 60AZ and 60EQ Telescopes
Turn a Celestron PowerSeeker telescope into a solar scope.

  • Certified to comply with the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard for filters for direct viewing of the Sun
  • Compatible with Celestron PowerSeeker 60AZ and 60EQ telescopes
  • Two hook and loop straps keep filter securely attached to the telescope’s objective; safety cap protects the outer filter surface when not in use
  • Solar Safe film is produced in the USA by American Paper Optics, one of the suppliers recommended by NASA for safe solar viewing
  • Filter features an orange tint, producing a natural look perfect for visual observing and capturing images through a telescope
The EclipSmart Eclipse Solar Filter is a must-have accessory perfect for viewing the Sun and eclipses like the upcoming 2023 Annular Solar Eclipse and 2024 Total Solar Eclipse. Affordable, easy to use, and best of all, ISO-certified Solar Safe, all Celestron EclipSmart products comply with the latest ISO 12312-2 standards. This solar filter is custom designed for the Celestron PowerSeeker 60AZ and PowerSeeker 60EQ telescopes. Three safety screws securely hold the filter in place for a safe, snug fit.

EclipSmart solar products feature Solar Safe filter technology, the ultimate protection from harmful solar radiation, including IR and UV light, plus 99.999% of visible light. Celestron Solar Safe filter technology is guaranteed safe for direct observation of the Sun and has been independently tested by SAI Global Assurance Services.

Important safety note: inspect the filter before every use. Do not use and discard if damaged, torn, punctured, or separated from the frame in any way.

Upcoming eclipses:
2023 - On October 14, 2023, the famed 'Ring of Fire' will encircle a darkened Moon during a spectacular annular eclipse. This special type of partial solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is too far from Earth to cover the Sun completely. The Sun's corona is not visible during an annular eclipse.
2024 - On April 8, 2024, the Moon will completely cover the Sun during an awe-inspiring Total Solar Eclipse. Observers within the path of totality will witness the sun’s dazzling corona, observe the 'diamond ring' effect, and see day turn to night.

Certifications: Solar Safe products conform to and meet the transmission requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun, EN 1836:2005 + A1:2007 (E) for an E15 Filter for the Direct Observation of the Sun and AS/NZS 1338.1:2012, Filters for Eye Protectors.

Ordering information: Please contact customer service rep for compatible filters on any telescopes.