Subject: what happens to light that enters a telescope lens not parallel to the tube
Date: Sun Oct 1 19:17:54 2000
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why is it that light entering a refractive telescope is always shown
entering the lens parallel to the direction at which the telescope is
pointing? what happens to light entering at other angels? how does that
light affect the image formed in the eyepiece (i.e distortion)?
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