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An astronomical telescope is an instrument used to observe celestial bodies. Larger astronomical telescopes use mirrors instead of refracting lenses.
J.R. Cumberland, Inc. - Marlow Heights, MD
Manufacturer of custom precision optical components.
LightWorks Optics, Inc. - Tustin, CA
Since 1997, LightWorks Optics has served the specialized optical needs of customers in the medical device, biomedical, aerospace, defense and commercial industries providing responsive solutions for precision assemblies, systems and components. Precision design and production capabilities offer...
Nu-Tek Precision Optical Corporation - Aberdeen, MD
For over 25 years, Nu-Tek has been manufacturing and designing large and small custom optics, and optomechanical assemblies for use in the UV, VIS and IR spectrum. This includes precision aspheres, on and off-axis aspheric mirrors, collimators, telescope systems and ruggedized multi-focal length...
Astro Optics Pvt. Ltd. - Mumbai, India
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Hextek Corp. - Tucson, AZ
Kidger Optics Associates - Malvern, England
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Rayleigh Optical Corp. - Baltimore, MD
Star Instruments - Newnan, GA
Stellar Products - San Diego, CA
Tele Vue Optics, Inc. - Chester, NY
UNITRON Ltd. - Commack, NY
An instrument used to observe celestial bodies. Larger astronomical telescopes use mirrors instead of refracting lenses.
An afocal optical device made up of lenses or mirrors, usually with a magnification greater than unity, that renders distant objects more distinct, by enlarging their images on the retina.
line of sight (LOS)
The line of vision; the optical axis of a telescope or other observation system. The straight line connecting the object and the objective lens of the viewing device.
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