1 June 1979 Two-Mirror Grazing Incidence Telescopes With One Conical Surface
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Two-mirror grazing incidence telescopes with one conical mirror surface were designed and analyzed and compared to the classical Wolter-type configuration. Even though performance improvements could not be expected, the simplicity of these systems is attractive. An additional advantage is that the grazing angle along a surface varies much more slowly in systems with one conical surface, rendering, for a given range of grazing angles, a significantly larger collecting area.
Dietrich Korsch, Dietrich Korsch, } "Two-Mirror Grazing Incidence Telescopes With One Conical Surface," Optical Engineering 18(3), 183331 (1 June 1979). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972376 . Submission:
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