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Home > Forums > ASTRONOMY EQUIPMENT > Refractors > Message #384424

Re: Air space VS. Oil spaced triplets

Posted by Roland Christen on 10/28/2005 11:37 AM in response to Air space VS. Oil spaced triplets   (481 hits)
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Oil spaced lenses are always faster to settle than air. The larger the airgap, generally the longer they take to settle and show the best figure.

Roland christen

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Re: Air space VS. Oil spaced triplets Roland Christen 10/28/2005 11:37 AM 481
Re: Air space VS. Oil spaced triplets Greg Bradley 11/3/2005 11:23 PM 156

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