Pupil position parameter in a normalized telescope system with corrector

Eq. (4.4)

FR (also suffix)

Focal reducer

§ 4.5

FE (also suffix)

Focal extender

§ 4.5

FF (suffix)

Pertaining to a field flattener

Eq. (4.15)

g

Distance of an aspheric plate field corrector from the image

Eq. (4.2), Fig. 4.2, Fig. 4.5

gh (suffix)

Pertaining to ghost images from a planeparallel plate

Eq. (4.1), Fig. 4.1

h

Height of the equivalent homogeneous atmosphere

Eq. (4.93)

L (suffix)

Pertaining to a thin corrector lens

Eq. (4.52)

Li, L2 (suffix)

Pertaining to the first, second thin lens of a 2-lens corrector

Eq. (4.73)

MFC (also suffix)

Mean field curvature, i.e. the EFC in the presence of a field corrector

Eq. (4.13)

Symbol |
Meaning |
Where defined |

n' |
Refractive index of a single corrector lens |
Eq. (4.71) |

n[, n'2 |
Refractive indices of doublet corrector lenses with two different glasses |
Eq. (4.81) |

na |
Effective refractive index of the atmosphere |
Eq. (4.92) |

P (suffix) |
Pertaining to an aspheric plate or an effective plate formed by an aspheric surface on a corrector lens |
Eq. (4.54), Eq. (4.60) |

PP (suffix) |
Pertaining to a plane-parallel plate |
Eq. (4.16) |

1pl (suffix) |
Pertaining to a 1-plate corrector |
Eq. (4.21) et seq. |

2pl (suffix) |
Pertaining to a 2-plate corrector |
Eq. (4.21) et seq. |

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