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Chapter 3:
Catadioptric Systems with a Lens Corrector in the Converging Beam
Abstract
Reflecting telescopes, which we have considered so far, have their unique advantages, in particular, the ability to reach large dimensions and operate in a very wide spectral range. On the other hand, their capabilities are limited to either a small number of degrees of freedom (in two-mirror systems) or by vignetting (in multi-mirror telescopes). Thus, it is natural to combine the possibilities of purely reflective optics with those of lenses, i.e., turn to catadioptric systems.
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