After last year´s amazing eclipse in arctic regions with -25 degrees Celsius a Team from Baader Planetarium experienced an extreme contrast at this year´s eclipse which took place in tropical regions on March 9th at 35 degrees Celsius and 80% humidity…
Ein ideales Beobachtungsziel für Teleskope, Spektive oder Ferngläser mit AstroSolar Folie. Wir bieten Ihnen Merkur-Bundle Produkte mit Baader Solar Filtern an, damit Sie das Event in höchster Auflösung erleben können.
To help you find the right solar filter for your observation device, we developed a tool which automatically selects the fitting Baader Solar Filter for your observation device. If it´s not on the list, you can enter your telescope data.
See here a video wich shows a very hard and rare to observe phenomenon. It´s called “shadow bands” and is only visible for a minute before and after the totality of a solar eclipse.
Martin Rietze and Michael Risch from Baader Planetarium – both solar eclipse chasers – have again traveled to the event in Spitzbergen and brought us impressive images and videos
Just in time for the partial solar eclipse over europe: Baader Solar Filters in different versions for telescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and camera lenses
Read more about this spectacular event in our news. What is a solar eclipse, how can i whatch it, where will it be visible?
Its time for a change… Next to our new products for solar observation and photography, our website is presented with a brand new look. Read more about the new functions