A different PST Mod

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A different PST Mod

Post by pedro » Fri Sep 14, 2018 10:20 pm

A different PST Mod

Since I will be using my PST etalons in stage 2 mods I decided to use the golden tube and black box in a different mod. I changed the BF (BF10 for the original BF5) and fitted a Pre-Meade Coronado SM40 in front of the PST objective (that is rusted by the way). It works fine and I have another solar telescope for outreach sessions. Focus can be reached if the eyepiece is closer to the PST black box (the spacer has to be removed).

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Imagepst_mod_20180914-01 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-04 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-14 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-16 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-17 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-20 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-13 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-11 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-10 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

Imagepst_mod_20180914-07 by Pedro Ré, on Flickr

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Re: A different PST Mod

Post by pedro » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:12 am

Thanks, appreciate your comments

It would be better if I had a non rusted PST objective though


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Re: A different PST Mod

Post by marktownley » Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:53 pm

Good scope there Pedro!
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