The 1.25" Orion Mars Observation Eyepiece Filter Set is designed to improve views of Mars. The Mars filter increases contrast, the Blue filter highlights polar hoods and clouds, and the Orange filter sharpens visibility of dark surface markings.
Having trouble viewing details on the Moons surface? This neutral-density eyepiece filter reduces glare so you can see more detail and surface features. The 1.25" Orion 13% Transmission Moon Filter is especially useful with large aperture telescopes.
The Orion UltraBlock NB Eyepiece Filter is for deep-sky observers in highly light-polluted areas. This 1.25" filter blocks all forms of light pollution allowing you to see fainter deep-sky objects than you would with wideband filters or unfiltered.
Have you wanted to view the Horsehead, California, and Cocoon nebulas? This 1.25" Orion Hydrogen-Beta Nebula Telescope Filter blocks everything but the light these faint nebulas emit, providing the contrast needed for viewing these elusive nebulas.
The moon is a wonderful sight through a telescope, and the 1.25" Orion 25-percent transmission filter allows more lunar detail and surface features to be seen because it reduces the glare from the moon. Is is best for smaller-aperture telescopes.
The Orion Deluxe 6-Piece Optics Cleaning Kit contains everything you need to care for any optical surface. Includes Ultra Brush Dust Remover, Dust Pro Compressed Air, Cleaning Fluid, 2 Booklets of Premium-Grade Lens Tissue, and Ten Cotton Swabs.
For cleaning the lenses in your telescope or binocular, the Orion Microfiber Optics Cleaning Cloth lifts dirt, fingerprints, water and oil from surface without scratching, streaking or smearing delicate lens surfaces. The cloth is machine washable.
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