catadioptric


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cat·a·di·op·tric

(kat'ă-dī-op'trik),
Employing both reflecting and refractive optical systems.
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The final construction will use slightly bigger optics (a 8" catadioptric telescope with focus distance of 2000 mm) and imaging device (3300x2500 5.4 mkm pixels; 0.56"/pixel; 0.5x0.39 dg field).
The spotting scopes you have seen on the range come in two varieties: catadioptric (mirrors and lenses) and prismatic (refractor).
The light from the scanning mirror is reflected into a Newtonian, catadioptric telescope system with a primary mirror and a lens to correct aberrations.
ICCD-MAX features a built-in pulser and a custom f/1.2 catadioptric lens.
A 136 mm f/1.2 catadioptric objective lens is fitted, and the 3 V Lithium battery gives up to 50 hours' operation.
To bend and magnify rays to form a single plane of intense light, catadioptric prisms refract and reflect; dioptric prisms and center bull's-eye lens refract.
It's the catadioptric telescope, an extremely lightweight and compact design well suited for many terrestrial and extraterrestrial applications.
HTF MI Analyst have added a new research study on Title "Global Astronomical Telescope Market Status (2015-2019) and Forecast (2020-2024) by Region, Product Type & End-Use" with detailed information of Product Types [, Refracting Telescope, Reflector Telescope & Catadioptric Telescope], Applications [Enter-level, Intermediate Level & Professional Research] & Key Players Such as Celestron, Meade, Vixen Optics, TAKAHASHI, ASTRO-PHYSICS, Bushnell, Bresser, ORION, Barska, Sky Watcher, Bosma, SharpStar, Visionking & TianLang etc.
Nayar, "Rectified catadioptric stereo sensors," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol.
If you're using a refractor or a catadioptric telescope, you can fashion a tube extension from a rolled-up newspaper or cardboard to prevent sunlight from falling directly onto the objective lens or corrector.