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Home > Articles > Other Articles > Equipment/Optics > A "NEW" APPROACH FOR TESTING OPTICAL TRAINS - posted for Samuel de Roa

A "NEW" APPROACH FOR TESTING OPTICAL TRAINS - posted for Samuel de Roa
By Paul Walsh - 5/5/2012

Have you ever wondered how to test the resolution and contrast of your optical train, and assess your eyepiece collection through a reliable (and not too expensive) scientific method? This report will not only tell you how, but it will also show you a whole new world of glass possibilities for those of you photon-hunters who desperately look for the ultimate resolution/contrast in the high magnification planetary and lunar work niche. I am sure you deep space observers will also enjoy it. Please use the following link to access the article in full:

Click here to download the link from Divshare. -Ed.

This file is also available via Netload. -Ed.



With joy,
Samuel de Roa

Madrid, 5th May 2012


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