Bye, bye Baader U, Gone But Not Forgotten.

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  1. YouVIart

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  2. kds315

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    Nice, bright colors!
     
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  4. Djarum

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    Jason
    I use a few baader filters in my telescope.
     
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    Baader Planetarium make filters for use in astronomy. It just so happens that they make a very good UV-pass filter in the Baader-U with sufficient block of infrared, which was made for imaging Venus in UV. So we are technically using their technology for our personal imaging needs, not the other way round.
     
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    Funny enough, I have an additional one now!
     
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