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10 August 1993 Wide field-of-view three-mirror telescope designed for improved manufacturability
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Abstract
A new form of three mirror anastigmat (TMA) has emerged in which the primary and tertiary mirrors share a common vertex. This allows the two mirror surfaces to be machined on the same substrate. The literature to date has shown that reimaging forms have been restricted to a moderate field-of-view (< 3 degree(s)). This paper illustrates design forms which achieve excellent performance over a wide field-of-view (3 degree(s) X 7 degree(s)).
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R. Lawrence Sinclair, Roger Henri Arsenault, and Russell M. Hudyma "Wide field-of-view three-mirror telescope designed for improved manufacturability", Proc. SPIE 1970, Systems-Oriented Optical Design, (10 August 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155824
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