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    Default CLS filter, with focal reducer and T-adapter?



    So since my location is a light pollution nightmare, I'm wondering if it's possible to add either of these CLS filters with a focal reducer and Celestron SCT T-adapter.

    http://http://www.optcorp.com/produc...?pid=850-11397

    Astronomik CLS Light Pollution Filter for SCT Rear Cell - 8H00IA - OPT Telescopes

    If so, in what order would they fit?

    Thanks!

    By the way my current CLS is a 1.25" filter for visual use
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    Default Re: CLS filter, with focal reducer and T-adapter?

    Sure, put the Astronomik filter between FR and t-adapter

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