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    Personally I'd go with a Coronado PST been watching cloudynights to see if one will come within my range saw a few that sold that were right in the range.
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    Default Re: Imaging Solar Prominences with this Setup?

    Quote Originally Posted by localhost View Post
    Personally I'd go with a Coronado PST been watching cloudynights to see if one will come within my range saw a few that sold that were right in the range.
    Theres a few on eBay. I've been watching these just to see how much they go for:

    https://www.ebay.com/bfl/viewbids/13...p2047675.l2565

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