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Daystar SolaREDi80 mm Dedicated Telescope with 0.7 A Ion filter Sold!

Price - $2,300.00

Ad Number: 129149

Posted: 16 Feb 2018

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For sale, a rare and wonderful Daystar SolaREDi 80 mm Dedicated Telescope. This telescope is in pristine condition and gives outstanding views of the sun using the included a 0.7 A Ion filter.
With a full 80 mm aperture, it gives high resolution views of the sun. It includes a 2 inch Moon Lite focuser, which is an upgrade from the original focuser and includes a white light solar finder scope. I am the original owner; it still is under warranty until mid-2019.

Specifications from Daystar:
Clear Aperture 80 mm
Focal length: 2280 mm straight through/ 1140 mm through included 0.5x diagonal
Limiting resolution 2.06 arc seconds
Telescope length: 42 inches
Telescope weight: 8 lbs 2 oz.
Operating temperature 20-100 degrees F
Power supply: DC 12 V
AC Adapter included
Power consumption 1.5 W
Wavelength shift range: 1 A
100% safe and fully blocked through the OTA

Complete Hydrogen alpha solar telescope
0.7 A Ion filter
2 inch Moon Lite focuser
Daystar custom 0.5x focal reducing visual diagonal
40 mm Tele Vue Plossl
2” to 1.25” Draw tube reduction adapter
Solar finder scope fitted with Thousand Oaks white light solar filter
Felt lined mounting rings
Vixen style dovetail mount- This has markings from use.
12 V DC power supply with international wall adapter plug
Custom fitted pelican wheeled travel and storage case.
All caps and paperwork

This gives spectacular views of the sun. I have used it extensively for visual use. Prominences, filaments, spicules, and flares are visible. With the 40 mm Plossl, the entire disk is visible.
I would be willing to meet buyer if possible, but will ship in the Pelican case at buyer’s expense. I am selling to fund other astronomical projects. I am happy to answer questions.


  • Condition Excellent
  • Location Mississippi

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