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Astronomical Telescopes for Photography1

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II. THE simplest form of the reflecting telescope is that in which only one reflecting surface is used, known as the Herschelian, or, as Sir John Herschel, in his work, “The Telescope,” calls it, “the Simple Reflector” The remarks he makes on this form are well worth most careful consideration in connection with the use of the reflecting telescope for photography.

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