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Starr15

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  1. I was considering purchasing a 60mm double stack solar telescope, but was wondering if my mild red green color blindness would hamper visual observing at the H alpha 656nm wavelength. Anyone have any insight into this question? BTW, red green color blindness has variable severity. RG color blind people can often see many shades of red and green , but others they cannot perceive. I see 21 here, not 74. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_blindness#/media/File%3AIshihara_9.png and “flunk” these color blots. http://ishiharatest.blogspot.com/
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